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Visitation 

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NOTES 

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CONTENTS. 



GRANTS OF ARMS. 

Grant of Arms to Caleb Fletcher, 1802 

Grant of Arms to Bartholomew and John Gidley, 1666 

Grant of Arms to John Carlisle Deey Spedding, 1908 



PAGE 

10 

119 

38 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



The Ettricke Coffin at Wimborne Minster 
Book-plate of "Robert Vaughan Gower" 
Book-plate of "J. R. Gower" 



facing page 



67 
180 
180 





PEDIGREES. 






PAGE 




PAGE 


Atlay 


93 


Griffith . 


126 


Barlow . 


145 


Ilartland 


162 


Barry 


68 


Jalland of Holderness, co. Yorl 


'43 


Bodington of Cubbington, co 




Lumley . 


'4 


Warwick 


103 


Milner . 


5 


Bolton . 


55 


Morrice of Betshanger, co 




Brassey . 


87 


Kent . 


84 


Clay 


95 


Nelson . 


53 


Clive of Styche . 


22 


Oswell . 


147 


Crisp 


30 


Penny 


135 


Cuniiffe . 


81 


Sherborn 


II 


Darell of Trewornan, co 




Shuttleworth 


40 


Cornwall 


122 


Spedding 


36 


Edmeades 


46 


Stephens 


120 


Ettricke . 


61 


Talboys . 


100 


Fisher 


32 


Tennyson 


97 


Fitzwilliam of Milton, co 




Thellusson 


107 


Northampton . 


72 


Thursfield 


141 


Gidley . 


1 12 


Vaillant . 




Gower . 


164 


Vincent . 


128 


Greville of Beauchamps Cour 




Wills . 


160 


and Warwick Castle . 


ISO 


Wright . 


79 




WILLS. 




Gower Family, 1542-1690 




. 


174-180 



WOODCUTS OF ARMS AND SEAL. 



Barry 
Clay 

Crisp 
CunlifTe . 






68 
95 
30 
81 


Gidley . 
Jalland . 
Milner . 
Oswell . 


112, 119 

'43 

5 

147 


Darell . 
Edmeades 
Ettricke . 






122 
46 
61 


Penny 

Spedding 

Thursfield 


135 

36, 38 

141 


Fletcher . 






10 


Wright . 


79 



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NOTES. 



Pedigree of Vaillant. 



Vaillant. 

[Vol. 13, p. 29.] 



Franijois Vaillant of St.= 
Mary-le-Strand, Lon- 
don (formerly of Paris 
and Saumur, France) ; 
born in Paris ; fled to 
England in 16S5 ; re- 
ceived Letters of Deni- 
zation 15 April 1687 ; 
died, aged 77, bur. at 
St. Mary-le-Strand, Lon- 
don, 20 February 172". 
Will dated 19 Septem- 
ber 1 7 15, proved 25 
March 1721 (P.C.C. 
62 Buckingham). 



Jacqueline, bur. 
at St. Mary-le- 
Strand, London, 
between 1 7 1 3 
and 1715. 



Paul Vaillant of the Rue= 
de Buci, St. Germain, 
Paris, and afterwards of 
St. Andrew's Street, Soho, 
London ; born in Paris ; 
fled to England in De- 
cember 1681 ; received 
Letters of Denization 
24 August 1684; died, 
aged 83, bur. at St. 
Anne's, Soho, 17 Octo- 
ber 1722. Will dated 20 
September 1709, proved 
15 October 1722 (P.C.C. 
204 Marlboro'). 



=Marie ^^adeleine Boursin,born 
in Paris ; accompanied her 
husband to England in De- 
cember 1 68 1, and returning 
to Paris in June 1685 was 
imprisoned in the Bastille 
from 14 July to 21 December 
following, when she again fled 
to England ; executrix to her 
husband 15 October 1722; 
died, aged 77, bur. at St. 
Anne's, Soho, 25 February 
172^. Will dated 27 January 
172^, proved i April 1729 
(P.C.C. 120 Abbott). 



Joyce Hawtayne, dau. of the= 
Rev. William Hawtayne, by 
Catlierine his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Malachi Harris, D.D. ; 
bapt. at Farthinghoe, co. 
Northampton, 8 April 1677 ; 
marr. at Bridewell Chapel, 
London, 26 July 1704, mar- 
riage licence (Faculty Office) 
dated 25 July; died, aged 37, 
bur. at Elstree, co. Hertford, 
31 October 1713. ist wife. 



I 
=Paul Vaillant of St. Clement= 
Danes', London, and of Marsh 
Wall in Battersea, co. Surrey, 
gent ; born at Saumur, France; 
executor to his father 25 March 
1721 ; died, aged 67, 14 No- 
vember, bur. in St. Clement 
Danes', London, 20 November 
1739- ^^'i" dated 13 February 
1 73 J, proved 6 December 
1739 (P.C.C. 273 Henchman). 



=Fran5oise Motet, dau. of Daniel 
Motet of Loudun, Poitou and St. 
Peter's, Cornhill, London, by Louise 
Allotte his wife ; received Letters 
of Denization 25 March 1688; marr. 
at All Hallows', London Wall, 29 
September 1714; executrix to her 
husband 6 December 1739 ; died 
19 December, bur. at Stanmore, co. 
Middlesex, 24 December 1759. M.L 
Administration granted 8 January 
1760 (P.C.C.) 2nd wife. 



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Catherine, bapt. at 

"L'Eglise, Les 
Grecs,"Soho, Lon- 
don, 5 July 1705. 



Susan Vaillant, 
bapt.atSt. Clement 
Danes', London, 
22 July 1 710; bur. 
there 2oNovember 
1714. 

Mary Vaillant and 
Elizabeth Vaillant 
(twins) ; bapt. at 
St. Clement Danes' 
18 July 1713, bur. 
there 3 August 
following. 



Louise Mercier, dau.= 
of Isaac Mercier of 
St. Swithin's, Lon- 
don, by Judith his 
wife, dau. of Daniel 
Motet ; born 9 Au- 
gust, bapt. at the 
French Church, 

Threadneedle Street, 
London, 1 1 August 
1715; marr. at All 
Hallows', London 
Wall, 19 January 
173I; bur. at St. 
Clement Danes', 
London, 23 August 
I 752. ist wife. 



=Paul Vaillant of 52 Pall Mall,= 
London, and of Twickenham, 
House, CO. Middlesex, esquire; 
bapt. at St. Clement Danes', 
London, 21 October 17 15; 
admitted to the Freedom of 
the Stationers' Company 7 
February 173!^; executor to his 
father 6 December 1739; J. P. 
for Middlesex ; Sheriff of Lon- 
don 1759; Patron of St. Mary, 
Stoke d'Abernon, co. Surrey, 
in 1 801 ; died, aged 86, at 52 
Pall Mall, London, i P'ebruary, 
bur. at Stanmore 8 February 
1802. M.L Will dated 28 
June 1798, proved 15 February 
1802 (P.C.C. 152 Kenyan). 



=Theodosia Whichcote, 
only dau. of Theodore 
^Vhichcote, by Ann 
Sydenham his wife ; 
bapt. at St. George-the- 
Martyr, Bloomsbury, 
London, i April 1734; 
marr. at St. Clement 
Danes', London, 14 Au- 
gust 1760; died, aged 
91, at 114 Piccadilly, 
London, 18 January, 
bur. at Stanmore 25 
January 1827. M.L Will 
dated 16 December 
1822, proved 8 February 
1827 (P.C.C. 121 i^/'^-r). 

2nd wife. 

c 



Fran9oisVaillant,=j=Catherine Pear- 



bom at Saumur, 
France ; aged 
"about 28" 29 
August 1705 ; 
admitted to the 
freedom of the 
Goldsmiths'Com- 
pany 17 April 
1701 ; mentioned 
in his father's 
will 19 Septem- 
ber 1715. A 



son; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Covent 
Garden, Lon- 
don, 30 August 
1705, marriage 
licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 
29 August, then 
aged "about 2 2." 



Marie Belin, dau. of= 
Jean Belin of La 
Rochelle, France, by 
Ester his wife, dau. 
of Jean Boudinot 
of Marans, France ; 
marr. at "L'l'^glise de 
la Savoie," London, 
14 P^ebruary 170!; 
died 25 December, 
bur. at Stanmore, 
CO. Middlesex, 3 1 De- 
cember 1747. M.L 
1st wife. 



Isaac Vaillant=Sarah Angle, dau. 

of Stanmore, of Nathaniel Angle, 
byElizabcth his wife, 
dau. of John Hale; 
bapt. at Little Stan- 
more 8 March 175^; 
marr. at St. George's 
Chapel, Hyde Park 
Corner, London, 30 
March 1750; bur. at 
Stanmore 23 March 
1754. 2nd wife. 



gent ; born at 
Saumur about 
1679 ; died 7 
August, bur. at 
Stanmore 12 
August 1753. 
M. L Will 

dated 29 April 
'753. proved 
8 August 1753 
(P.C.C. 242 
Searle). 



Nicolas 

of St. 

Strand, 

buried 

Chapel 

Savoy, 



Prdvost=j=Susanne, 

Mary-le 
London ; 



at the 
Royal, 
London, 
23 June 1748. 



born at 
Saumur ; marr. at 
the Chapel Royal, 
Savoy, London, 31 
May 1696 ; men- 
tioned in her father's 
will 19 September 
1715 ; bur. at the 
Chapel Royal, Savoy, 
20 February i7|§. 



Jean Marchant of St.= 
Anne's, Blackfriars, 
London ; e.xecutor to 
will of Francois Vail- 
lant 25 March 1721 ; 
(?) bur. at St. Anne's, 
Soho, London, 6 April 
1 741. Administration 
granted 17 April 1741 
(P.C.C.) 



A\ 



=Marie, born at Saumur 
about 1684 ; marr. at 
" L'Eglise de la Savoie," 
London, 6 January i7o|, 
marriage licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 4 January ; 
mentioned in her father's 
will 19 September 1715; 
administratrix to her hus- 
band 17 April 1 741. 



A 



Lydia Downes, dau. and heir= 
of Shafto Downes of Hexham, 
CO. Northumberland, solicitor, 
by Margaret Johnson his wife ; 
marr. at Gretna Green 21 Sep- 
tember 1766; died, aged 68, 
n March, bur. at Hexham 15 
March 1806. Administration 
granted at York 14 July 18 18. 
ist wife. 



=Paul Vaillant of Hexham ;= 
bapt. at St. Clement Danes', 
London, 1 2 March 1 7f ^ ; 
died 6 January, bur. in 
Hexham Abbey 1 1 January 
1816. M.L Will dated 
10 December 18 13, proved 
at York 10 April 1816 
(Vol. 160, fo. 154). 



=Mabel English, dau. of Bernard 
English of Bellingham, co. North- 
umberland, by Esther his wife ; 
born 16 April 1784, (?) bapt. at 
Bellingham 20 August 1786; 
marr. at Hexham Abbey 21 July 
1809; died 20 October, bur. at St. 
John-Lee, co. Northumberland, 
24 October 1870. She married 
2ndly Thomas Dodd. 2nd wife. 



Nathaniel Gostling of Doctors' Commons,- 
London, and of Earl's Court House, co. Mid- 
dlesex ; born 3 February, bapt. at St. Gregory's, 
London, 4 February 1758 ; died at 15 Sussex 
Place, Regent's Park, London, 1 2 April, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 20 
April 1836. M.L Will dated 27 January 
1833, proved 29 April 1836 (P.C.C. 5 Siowell). 



^Elizabeth Theodosia, born 13 May, bapt. at 
St. Clement Danes', London, 27 May 1762; 
marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, London, 19 
November 1785; died at 27 Devonshire Place, 
Marylebone, London, 22 April, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery 30 April 1838. M.L Will 
dated 14 July 1836, proved 18 June 1838 
(P.C.C. 288 Nicholl). 



A\ 



Rear-Adniiral Isaac Vaillant of Bracknell, co.= 
Berks ; bapt. at St. Clement Danes', London, 
17 March 174°; entered the Navy in 1756; 
Lieutenant 25 November 1761 ; Commander 
1777 ; Captain 23 November 1780, retired with 
rank of Rear-Admiral 1799; died 22 October, 
bur. in W'arfield Church, co. Berks, 27 October 
1804. M.L Will dated 16 October 1804, 
proved 17 December 1804 (P.C.C. 848 
Heseltine). 



■Catherine Whitfeld, dau. of Henry Whitfeld 
of Plymouth, co. l^evon, by Joanna Elford 
his wife ; bapt. at Charles Church, Plymouth, 
6 June 1742 ; marr. at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 
19 October 1763; executrix to her husband 
17 December 1804; died, aged 73, at Brack- 
nell 20 January, bur. at VVarfield 26 January 
1813. M.L Administration granted 12 
February 1816 (P.C.C.) 



Elizabeth Theodosia Vaillant, 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Ply- 
mouth, 14 August 1764. 



Catherine Vaillant, bapt. at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 28 April 
1766; died 31 May, bur. in VVarfield Church 5 June 1818. 
M.L Will dated 21 June 1816, proved 15 June 1818 (P.C.C. 
297 Cressivell). 



William Leake of Bracknell,= 
surgeon ; bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Newport, CO. Salop, 23 July 1776 ; 
executor to will of his aunt Mary 
Vaillant 23 July 1808 ; died, 
aged 43, bur. at St. Andrew's, 
Plymouth, 19 December 18 19. 
Will dated i6 June 1818, proved 
21 February 1820 (P.C.C. 92 
Kent). 



=Harriet, bapt. at Charles Church, 
Plymouth, 21 May 1769 ; marr. at 
St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 2 August 
179S ; administratrix to her 
mother 12 February 1816; died 
24 November, bur. at St. An- 
drew's, Plymouth, 30 November 
T835. Will dated 29 May 1835, 
proved 26 February 1836 (P.C.C. 
3 St owe II). 



Paul Henry Vaillant, 
Lieutenant R.N. ; bapt. 
at Charles Church, 
Plymouth, 26 June 
1771; Lieutenant Royal 
Navy 7 October 1794; 
died 24 December, 
bur. at St. Andrew's, 
Plymouth, 28 December 
1803. 



A 



John Vaillant of 14 Montague Street, = 
Russell Square, London ; born 6 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. Clement Danes', 
London, 29 September 1763; educated 
at Charterhouse 1774-80, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
25 October 1781, B.A. 1785; M.A. 
1788; of the Inner Temple, 1785; 
Barrister-at-Law 1788; Bencher 17 
June 1825 ; Judge of the Sheriffs' 
Court, London, 7 April 1807 ; author 
of religious and legal works ; died at 
14 Montague Street, Russell Square, 
London, 5 August, bur. at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, co. Middlesex, 
II August 1827. Will dated 31 
December 182 1 and 14 February 
1827, proved 17 August 1827 (P.C.C. 
515 Heber). 



=Harriet Roberts, mar- 
ried at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, London, 
5 August 1815 ; died, 
aged 92, at 26 Keppel 
Street, Russell Square, 
London, 22 July, bur. 
at Brompton, co. 
Middlesex, 21 July 
1863. M.L Will 
proved 31 July 1763 
(Prin. Reg., 469, 63). 
She married istly 
James Macmaster. 



Letitia Vaillant, bapt. at St. 
Clement Danes', London, 10 
April 1765; bur. at Stanmore 
3 May 1766. M.L 



Frances Vaillant of 17 The 
Promenade, Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester ; bapt. at St. 
Clement Danes', London, 3 
December 1766 ; died 25 
November, bur. at Swindon, 
CO. Gloucester, 4 December 
1845. ^II- Will dated 3 
October 1845, proved 16 De- 
cember 1845 (P.C.C. 953, 45)- 



Mary Vaillant of Knightsbridge, co. Middlesex ; bapt. at St. Clement 
Danes', London, 28 March 1742 ; bur. at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
19 July 1808. Will dated 10 November 1804, proved 23 July 1808 
(P.C.C. 610 Ely). 



Frances Vaillant, bapt. 
at St. Clement Danes', 
London, 6 March, bur. 
there 9 March 17!^. 



Rev. Philip Vaillant, born 16 October, = 
bapt. at St. James', Piccadilly, London, 
12 November 1767; educated at 
Charterhouse 1779-85, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 10 July 
1784, B.A. 1789; ^LA. 1791 ; Curate 
of Alvescot, CO. Oxford, 1790, and of 
Ealing, co. Middlesex, 1797-98; Rector 
of Stoke d'Abernon, co. Surrey, 25 
August 1801 ; died at the Rectory, 
Stoke d'Abernon, 12 May, bur. at 
Stoke d'Abernon 19 May 1846. M.L 
Will dated 18 March 1843 and 31 
October 1845, proved 5 June 1846 
(P.CC. 471. 46). 



=Elizabeth Balchin, dau. 
of John Balchin of St. 
Catherine's Hill, co. Sur- 
rey, by Elizabeth Barker 
his wife ; bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Guildford, co. 
Surrey, 13 September 
1774; marr. at Stoke 
d'Abernon 24 July 
i8o5,marriagesettlements 
dated 15 July; died, 
aged 52, at the Rectory, 
Stoke d'Abernon, 4 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Stoke 
d'Abernon 1 1 February 
1827. M.L 



A 

(JFor issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIII., page 29.) 



Ann Vaillant, born 29 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 24 
February 1769, bur. at 
Stanmore, co. Middlesex, 
6 March following. M.L 



Ann Vaillant (twin with 
Letitia), born 16 April, bapt. 
at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, 13 May 1770; 
bur. at .Stanmore 14 March 
1771. M.L 



General Sir William Hutchinson, K.C.H. ; entered the Army as= 
Ensign 46th Foot i June 1781 ; Lieutenant 1783; Captain 1792; 
Major 1795; Lieut. -Colonel 1800; Colonel 1810; Major-General 
1813; Lieut. -General 1825; General 23 November 1841 ; served 
in the West Indies in 1793-94, and was wounded at the storming 
of Fort L'Acul 19 February 1794; in the Helder expedition 1799, 
severely wounded at the battle of Egmont-op-Zee ; accompanied 
the expedition to Copenhagen in 1801, and served on the staff 
in the Peninsula 25 November 1812; Governor of Carrickfergus 12 
February 1830; Colonel 75th Foot, and sometime Equerry to 
H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex ; knighted 6 May 1820; K.C.H. 1831 ; 
died at Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 28 August, bur. at Holy 
Trinity, Cheltenham, 2 September 1845. M.L Will dated 19 
December 1844, proved 11 September 1845 (P.C.C. 712, 45). 
(?) He married istly Anne Henrietta, daughter of the Rev. John 
Glen King, D.D., Rector of Wormley, co. Hertford. /f\ 



=Letitia (twin with Ann), 
born 16 April, bapt. at St. 
James', Piccadilly, London, 
13 May 1770; marr. at 
Woodford, co. Essex, 29 
July 1 80 1, marriage settle- 
ments dated 25 July; died 
at Winton House, Pencait- 
land, CO. Haddington, 17 
June, bur. in St. John's 
Churchyard, Edinburgh, 
22 June 1852. M.L Will 
dated 3 June 1849, proved 
3 July 1852 (P.C.C. 469, 
52). 2nd wife. 




Pedigree of Miltier. 



Richard Milner of Boar= 
Lane, Leeds, co. York, 
gent (son of Marmaduke 
Milner of Cayvitt House, 
in Swaledale, co. York) ; 
Alderman of Leeds 1652 ; 
died at Hoar Lane 6 De- 
cember, bur. at Leeds 
9 December 1659. M.L 
Will dated 12 April 1658, 
proved at York in 1660 
(Vol. 43, fo. 30). 



=Alice Jenkinson, 
dau. of William 
Jenkinson of 
Leeds ; bapt. at 
Leeds 20 May 
1597; marr. there 
27 September 
i6ig. 



Milner. 

[Vol. 13, p. 34.] 



Susan Milner, bapt. 
at Leeds 30 June 
1620; bur. there 
28 October 1627. 



Peter Milner, bapt. 
at Leeds i January 
162I; bur. there 18 



June 1625. 



Richard Milner, William Milner of Leeds, cloth= 

bapt. at Leeds merchant ; bapt. at Leeds 30 

9 December October 1625; named sole execu- 

1623; bur. there tor to his father's will 12 April 

26 December 1658; died 5 October, bur. at 

1 63 1. Leeds 7 October 1691. M.L 

Will dated 20 June 1691, proved 

at York 20 February 169,} 

(unregistered). 



=Ruth Belton, dau. 
of John Belton of 
Rawcliffe, co. York, 
gent ; executrix to 
her husband 20 
February 169^ ; 
died, aged 84, 9 
December 1701, 
bur. at Leeds. M.L 



Alice, bapt. at 
St. John's, Leeds, 
28 April 1650; 
mentioned in her 
grandfather's will 
12 April 1658. 



Phoebe, bapt. at 
Leeds 4 January 
165I ; marr. there 
4 November 1675, 
Mark .Staniforth 
of Leeds, Salter, 
then aged 24. 



I 



Joseph Milner of Rotterdam,=f= Anne Goodenough, dau. 

of Smart Goodenough of 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, 
merchant; marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 17 
February i68|; executrix 
to her husband 26 Sep- 
tember 1700. 



merchant; born 7 February, 
bapt. at St. John's, Leeds, 
12 February 165!; died 
15 June 1700. Will dated 
3 June 1684, proved 
26 September 1700 (P.C.C. 
141 Noel). 



A 



Ruth, born be- 
fore 12 April 
1658 ; living 20 
June 1 69 1. She 
married in 1679, 
Thomas Simp- 
son of Leeds, 
grocer. 

I 



Rachel Milner, 
bur. at Leeds 
25 May 1662. 



Sophia Milner, 
born 9 May, 
bapt. at St. 
John's, Leeds, 
19 May 1661 ; 
bur. at Leeds 
27 May 1664. 



William Milner of Nun Apple-= 
ton, Beeston and Bolton Percy, 
all CO. York, Alderman of 
Leeds ; born at Boar Lane, 
Leeds, 29 November, bapt. 
at Leeds 5 December 1662 ; 
executor to his father's will 
20 February 169.^; Mayor of 
Leeds 1697 ; received Grant 
of Arms in 1710 ; died 23 
December 1740. Will dated 
7 October 1740, proved at 
York 13 January 174°. 



=Mary Ibbetson, dau. of 
Joshua Ibbetson, Mayor of 
Leeds (1685), by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Christopher 
Brearey, Lord Mayor of 
York (1616): born 6 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at Leeds 15 
October 1673; marr. there 

23 October 1690; died 
22 November 1745. Will 
dated 10 July 1744, proved 

24 July 1746 (Vol. 91, 
fo. 127). 



John Milner, bapt. at Leeds, 
CO. York, 7 October 1627 ; 
bur. there 29 July 1629. 



Samuel Milner, bapt. at Leeds 
27 September 1629; bur. there 
II November 1630. 



Sarah Milner, bapt. at Leeds 
17 August 1 631; bur. there 
8 April 1636. 



Benjamin Milner of= 
Amsterdam, mer- 
chant ; aged about 
25, 21 September 
1 689 ; bur. at Wake- 
field, CO. York, 24 
June 1721. 



=Sarah Goodenough, dau. 
of Smart Goodenough 
of Hackney, co. Middle- 
sex, merchant ; marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) 
dated 21 September 
1689, then aged 16. 



George Dover of Leeds,=f=Hannah, born 26 



esquire ; Mayor of Leeds 
1730; died in 1753. 
Will dated 9 April 1752, 
proved at York 4 October 
1753 (Vol. 97, fo. 365). 



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A 



June, bapt. at Leeds 
8 July 1667 ; marr. 
there 4 June 1694 ; 
living 7 October 
1740. 



Joseph Milner, born i June, 
bapt. at Leeds 10 June 
1692 ; bur. there 28 July 
following. 



Mary Milner, born 18 Au- 
gust, bapt. at Leeds 7 
September 1693; mentioned 
in her father's will 7 October 
1740; executrix to her 
mother 24 July 1746. 



Sir William Milner of Nun Appleton,= 
CO. York, baronet; born 13 March, 
bapt. at Leeds 3 April 1695; of the 
Middle Temple, admitted 9 July 
1713 ; created a baronet 26 February 
171^; M.P. for York 28 March 1722 
to 17 April 1734; Grand Master of 
the English Freemasons 1728 ; 
executor to his father 13 January 
i74y; died 23 November 1745, bur. 
at liolton Percy, co. York. Will 
dated 26 July 1743, proved at York 
19 April 1746 (Vol. 91, fo. 10). 



^Elizabeth Dawes, dau. of 
the Most Rev. Sir William 
Dawes, baronet, D.D., 
Archbishop of York, by 
Frances his wife, dau. of 
Sir Thomas Darcy, ist 
baronet ; died, aged 82, 
9 March 1782, bur. at 
Bolton Percy. Will dated 
21 October 1775, proved 
4 April 1782 (P.C.C. 187 
Gostling). 



Sir William Milner of Nun Appleton, baronet ;= 
mentioned in his grandfather's will 7 October 
1740; executor to his father's will 19 April 
1746; succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 
23 November 1745; Sheriff of co. York 1747 ; 
Receiver-General of the Excise 29 November 
1748; died 8 November 1774, bur. at Leeds. 
Will dated 12 July 1768, proved 3 November 
1774 and 2 March 1775 (P.C.C. 400 Bargrave). 



=Elizabeth Mordaunt, dau. and coheir of the 
Rev. the HonW= George Mordaunt (son of 
John, ist Viscount Mordaunt of Avalon, by 
his 3rd wife, Elizabeth, dau. of Lieut. -Colonel 
Collyer, Lieut.- Governor of Jersey; marr. at 
Midgham, co. Berks, 30 April 1747 ; executrix 
to her husband's will 2 March 1775 ; died in 
1785. Will dated i February 1785, proved 
12 September 1785 (P.C.C. 475 Ducarel). 



William Poyntz Milner. Jane Milner. 



Anastasia Maria Milner, died, aged 84, in Bryanston 
Square, London, in January 1838. 



Joseph Milner, bapt. at Leeds, 
CO. York, 28 December 1633 ; 
living 12 April 1658. 



Timothy Milner, bapt. at 
Leeds 5 September 1635; 
living 12 April 1658. 



Mary Milner, bapt. at Calverley, 
CO. York, 27 September 1638. 



Richard Witton of Lupset and of=Jane, born 10 December, bapt. 



Wakefield, co. York, esquire ; bapt. 
at Wakefield iS May 1682 ; men- 
tioned in will of William Milner 7 
October 1740; died 20 July, bur. at 
Wakefield 23 July 1743. Will dated 
6 January 1745, proved at York 24 
July 1746. 



at Leeds 31 December 1696; 
marr. there 29 April 1713 ; 
mentioned in wills of her father 
7 October 1 740, and of her 
mother 10 July 1744; bur. at 
Wakefield 28 May 1778. 



Joshua Milner, bom 
8 September, bapt. 
at Leeds 7 October 
1698 ; bur. there 11 
October following. 



Rear-Admiral Sir John Lindsay, K.B. (younger son of Sir Alexander= 
Lindsay of Evelick, co. Perth, baronet, by Emilia his wife, sister of 
ist Earl of >Linsfield) ; entered the Navy, and at the age of 19 was 
in command of the "Pluto" fire-ship; Captain 29 September 1757 ; 
distinguished himself in command of the "Trent" in the action with 
Fort Moro at Havanna i July 1762; knighted 10 February 1764; 
Commander-in-Chief in the East Indies 1769-72; K.B. 11 March 
1 771; commanded the "Prince George" in the engagement off 
Ushant 27 July 1778; Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean 
1783; Rear-Admiral 24 September 1787; died, aged 51, at Marl- 
borough, CO. Wilts, 7 June, buried in the North Cross, Westminster 
Abbey, 16 June 1788. Will dated 29 September 1783 to 8 February 
1787, proved 30 June 1788 (P.C.C. 308 Calvert). {See "Dh/iona/y 
of National Biography" Vol. XXXII J., page joy.) 



=Mary, not i8, 7 Octo- 
ber 1740 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 17 Sep- 
tember 1768; executrix 
to her husband 30 
June 1788; died, aged 
59, at Ham, co. Surrey, 
24 October, buried 
in the North Cross, 
Westminster Abbey, 30 
October 1799. 



Sir William Mordaunt Milner of Nun Appleton, co. York,= 
baronet; born 6 October 1754; Cornet loth Dragoons 
10 June 1772; succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 
8 November 1774; Lord Mayor of York 1787 and 
1790; M.P. for York 18 June 1790 until his death; 
died, aged 56, at Nun Appleton 9 September iSii, bur. 
at Bolton Percy, co. York. Will dated 7 July 1810, 
proved 2 October 181 1 (P.C.C. 455 Crickitt). 



=Diana Sturt, dau. of Humphrey Sturt 
of More Crichel, co. Dorset, esquire, 
by Mary his wife, dau. and heir of 
Charles Pitfield of Hoxton, co. 
Middlesex; marr. in 1776, marriage 
settlements dated 2 October; died at 
Exeter, co. Devon, 15 January 1805. 



Winiam Cotton of=i=Elizabeth, bom 8 December 



Crakemarsh, Gif- 
fard, CO. Stafford ; 
mentioned in wills 
of William Milner 
7 October 1 740, and 
of Mary Milner 10 
July 1744. 



1699, bapt. at Leeds, co. 
York, same day ; married 
there 29 November 1716; 
mentioned in wills of her 
father 7 October 1740, of 
her mother 10 July 1744, 
and of Elizabeth Milner 
21 October 1775. 



Frances Milner, born 23 
June, bapt. at Leeds 17 
July 1701; mentioned 
in her father's will 7 Oc- 
tober 1740; executrix 
to her mother 24 July 
1746; living 21 October 
1775- 



Richard Milner, 
bapt. at Leeds 
15 January 1 70 J ; 
bur. there the 
next day. 



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General George Milner of Mickleham, co. Surrey; born in= 
1760; entered the Army as Ensign 3rd Foot Guards in 1776; 
Lieutenant and Captain 21 May 1778; Captain and Lieut. - 
Colonel 1792; Colonel 1796; Major-General i January 1801 ; 
Lieut. -General i8o8; General 12 August 1819; served in Flanders 
in 1793-94; died in Upper Grosvenor Street, London, 13 May 
1836. 



=Charlotte Columbier; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 18 Septem- 
ber 1786; died, aged 96, in 
Upper Grosvenor Street, 
London, in November 1844. 
She married istly Robert 
Edward Fitzgerald. 



Selina Clements, dau. of= 
the Rt. Hon'''^ Henry 
Theophilus Clements of 
Ashfield Lodge, co. Cavan, 
M.P., Lieut.-Colonel 69th 
Foot, by Catharine his 
2nd wife, dau. of the Rt. 
Honi''^ John Beresford ; 
born 17 August 1780; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
13 July 1803; died 28 
May, bur. at Bolton Percy, 
CO. York, 9 June 1805. 
(See " Visitation of Ire- 
land," Vol. III., page 2.) 
I St wife. 



=Sir William Mordaunt Sturt Milner 
of Nun Appleton, co. York, baronet ; 
born 20 October, bapt. at Bolton 
Percy 22 November 1779; educated 
at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 19 February 
1798; succeeded his father as 4th 
baronet 9 September 1811 ; Sheriff 
of CO. York 181 7 ; died at Nun 
Appleton 24 March, bur. at Acaster 
Selby, CO. York, 4 April 1855. Will 
dated 24 April 1854 to 8 December 
1852, proved 14 May 1855 (P.C.C. 
430. 55)- 



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=Harriet Elizabeth Bentinck, 
dau. of Lord Edward Charles 
Cavendish Bentinck (son of 
William, 2nd Duke of Port- 
land), by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Richard Cumberland, 
the dramatist ; born 9 April 
1787; marr. 8 May 1809; 
died at Townshend House, 
York, 31 December 1862, 
bur. at Acaster Selby 6 Jan- 
uary 1863. Will dated 29 
January 1859, proved at 
York 29 January 1863, by 
her son, Henry Beilby 
William Milner. 2nd wife. 



(^For issue see '^Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol XIII., page 34.) 



Rev. Edward Townshend, Vicar of Bray, co. Berks (son of Dr. Edward=Louisa Sarah, born 
Townshend, Dean of Norwich, and grandson of Charles, 2nd Viscount 2 November 1762; 
Townshend); bapt. at Pulham St. Mary, co. Norfolk, 19 April 1760; 
educated at Charterhouse, admitted Scholar on the Foundation 2 May 
1770, and at Christ's College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner 15 Sep- 
tember 1777, Scholar 16 February 1780; B.A. 1782; M.A. 1784; Rector 
of Henley, co. Oxford, 1784; Vicar of Stewkley, co. Buckingham, 7 June 
17S5, and of Bray 10 December 1787 ; died at Bray 24 June 1822. 
(See "A/i/m/ii Ca}thiisiani" pai^e 146.) 



marr. 23 March 
1789; died atTown- 
shend House, York, 
25 March 1853. 



Rev. Henry Stephen Milner, D.C.L., Rector of 
Thribergh, co. York; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 July 1781, aged 17, B.A. 1785; 
Fellow of All Souls', B.C.L. 1788; D.C.L. 1793; 
Rector of Monks Risborough 1 1 May, and of Dinton, 
CO. Buckingham, 4 June 1801 ; Rector of Thribergh 
and Vicar of Adwick-le-Street, co. York, i November 
181 1 ; died, aged 79, 6 May 1843. 



Elizabeth Milner, 
died in 1829. 



Georgina Milner. 



Henrietta Milhef, 
died in 1772. 



Lieut. -Colonel Charles William= 
Mordaunt Milner of Mickleham, 
CO. Surrey; born 20 May 1788 ; 
entered the Army as Cornet 
1 8th Light Dragoons 28 March 
1805; Lieutenant 1806; Cap- 
tain 1810 ; Major 181 5 ; Lieut. - 
Colonel (retired) 22 June 1830; 
died, aged 59, at Mickleharn 
31 May 1847. 



-Mary Jane Moore, 
dau. of Richard 
Moore of Hamp- 
ton Court Palace, 
CO. Middlesex ; 
marr. at Hampton 
10 October 1843 ; 
died at East- 
bourne, CO. Sussex, 
16 May 1S81. 



Rev. George \Villiam= 
Thomas Milner, Rec- 
tor of Larling, co. 
Norfolk ; educated at 
Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 1 7 October 
181 1, aged 18 ; Rec- 
tor of Larling 25 
August 181 7 ; died 
at Sandgate,co.Kent, 
in December 1824. 



=Sarah Georgina 
Buckston, 2nd dau. 
of the Rev. George 
Buckston of Ash- 
bourne, CO. Derby ; 
born 24 January 
1793 ; marr. 4 Sep- 
tember 1 8 16; died 
at 58 Eaton Square, 
London, 9 Decem- 
ber 1878, buried at 
Cheriton, co. Kent. 



Mary Amelia Milner, 
died, aged 72, in 
Grosvenor Street, 
London, 3 April 
1855- 



Major-General Sir Francis Hastings Doyle, baronet ;= 
born 3 January 1783; Captain io8th Foot i No- 
vember 1794; Major 1805; Lieut. -Colonel 1812; 
Colonel 1830; Major-General 28 June 1838; Com- 
missioner of Excise 7 October 1815, Chairman 
July 1833; created a baronet 18 February 1828; 
Deputy-Lieutenant of the Tower of London 12 
January 1826 ; died in Wimpole Street, London, 6 
November 1839. 



=Diana Elizabeth, 
marr. 2 June 1804; 
died at Nun Ap- 
pleton,co.York, 14 
January 182S. 



Fletcher. 

[Vol. 13, p. 57.] 




Grant of Anns to Caleb 
Fletcher, 1802. 



So %\\ and ^inoular to whom these 

presents shall come Sir Isaac Heard 
Knight CiavtCV principal King of Arms 
and 6r0VJ)C ^Uinl.S'on Esquire ^loVVOy 
King of Arms of the North parts of 
England from the River Trent Northwards 
send greeting. 

Whereas ^alrU ^IctthfV of Liverpool 
in the county Palatine of Lancaster 
Merchant hath represented unto the Mo.st 
Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk Earl 
Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of 
England, that his family was originally 
established at Broughton in the County 
of Cumberland but for many years past 
in the said County Palatine of Lancaster, 
and being desirous ot having Armorial Ensigns registered which may distinguish 
his said family from all others of the name He therefore requested his graces 
warrant to the Kings of Arms for their devising granting and exemplifying such 
arms as may be proper to be borne by him and his descendants, with due and 
proper differences according to the Laws of Arms; And forasmuch as the said 
Earl Marshal did by warrant under his hand and seal bearing date the first day 
of April instant authorize and direct Us to devise grant and exemplify such 
Armorial Ensigns accordingly. Know ye therefore that we the said GARTER 
and NORROY, in pursuance of the consent of the said Earl Marshal, and by 
virtue of the Letters Patent of our several ofifices, to each of Us respectively 
granted under the Great Seal of Great Britain, Have devised and Do by these 
Presents grant exemplify and confirm to the said Caleb Fletcher, the Arms 
following that is to say Azure in Chief two horses heads erased Ermine, in Base 
an Anchor erect with Cable gold, on a chief wavy or, three Hurts each charged 
with a Pheon, point downwards, Argent. And for the Crest, on a wreath of the 
colours a Dexter Arm embowed in Armour proper garnished or the hand 
grasping a dart barbed and flighted also proper, the arm surmounting an anchor 
as in the arms as the same are in the margin hereof more plainly depicted 
to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said (EilUb ^Ictdlff 
and his descendant,s, with due and proper differences according to the Laws 
of Arms. In witness whereof We the said Garter and Norroy Kings of Arms 
have to these Presents subscribed our Names and affixed the seals of our several 
ofifices, this third day of April in the Forty second year of the Reign of our 
Sovereign Lord GEORGE the third by the grace of GOD of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c. and 
in the year of our LORD one thousand eight Hundred and two. 




wdac 




JViih:iJ>aI King of Arms. 




(J\Cltl/tlj^ Norroy King of Arms. 

From the original Grant in the possession of Alfred Fletehei 
of Allerton, Liverpool. 



Pedigree of Sherborn. 



Sherborn. 

[Vol. 13, p. 66.] 



Henry Sherborn of Bedfont, co. Middlesex,=[="Frances, executrix 
yeoman, son of Henry Slierborn of the Dragon 
Inn, Budfont. Will dated 3 April 1655, proved 
20 September 1655 (P.C.C. 200 Ayktt). 



to her husband 
20 September 1655. 



I 



Henry Sherborn of East Bedfont, = 
yeoman ; mentioned in his father's 
will 3 April 1655 ; bur. at Bedfont 
II April 1705. Will dated 10 
April 1704, proved 18 December 
1705 (P.C.C. 255 Gee). 



=Mary, executrix 
to her husband 
18 December 
I 705 ; buried 
at Bedfont 1 2 
October 1707. 



I 
William Sherborn of==Elizabeth, bur. 
Bedfont ; mentioned at Bedfont 2 
in his father's will April 1706. 
3 April 165s ; bur. 
at Bedfont 10 May 
1711. 



Francis Sherborn= 
of Bedfont, yeo- 
man ; mentioned 
in his father's 
will 10 April 
1704; died, aged 
79, bur. at Bed- 
font 20 Decem- 
ber 1759. \M11 
dated 2 May 
1725, proved 9 
January 1760 
(.Vrch: of Middle- 
sex, 9, 279). 



=Anne Smith, dau. of 
Thomas Smith of 
Heston, co. Middle- 
sex ; executrix to 
her husband 9 Jan- 
uary 1760 ; died, aged 
71, 8 April 1761. 
Will dated 2 April 
1 76 1, proved 2 May 
1 76 1, by her sons, 
Francis and John 
Sherborn (P.C.C. 187 
Cheslvii). 



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William Sher- Henry Sherborn=Y=Rachel Elford, 

born, bur. at of Bedfont, yeo- of Bedfont ; 

Bedfont in man ; born in married there 

August 1724. 1676; mentioned 18 May 1709; 

in his father's will executrix to her 

10 April 1704; husband i Oc- 

bur. at Bedfont 24 tober 1729; 

April 1729. Will died, aged 56, 

dated 1 1 April bur. at Bedfont 

1729, proved i 14 July 1740. 
October 1729 
(Arch : of Middle- 
sex, 5, 278). 



Philip Ix\ving- = 
ton of Windsor, 
CO. Berks. 



=Margaret, bapt. at 
Bedfont 23 Feb- 
ruary i7y|; men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 1 1 
April 1729 ; marr. at 
Windsor 30 March 
1752- 



Henry Sherborn of New Windsor, = 
yeoman ; bapt. at Bedfont 8 Sep- 
tember 1 711; executor to his 
father i October 1729; buried 
at Windsor 21 January 1784. Will 
dated n May 1782, proved 
16 February 1784 (P.C.C. 123 
Rockiiighani). 



=Mary Shepherd, 
dau. of William 
Shepherd ; died 
before 1 1 May 
1782. 



Mary, bapt. at Windsor, Henry Sherborn of Windsor ; bapt. at=i=Mary Westley, of Bray, 



CO. Berks, 26 May \\'indsor 10 October 1746 ; died 9 August 
1745- 1803. 



CO. Berks ; marr. there 
29 November 1779. 



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II 



Frances, not 20, 
3 April 1655. 



Mary, mentioned Margaret Sherbom, mentioned Sarah, mentioned 

in her father's will in her father's will 3 April in her father's will 

3 April 1655. 1655 ; bur. at Bedfont, co. 3 April 1655. 

Middlesex, 28 May 1681. 



Mary, men- Thomas Sherbom of Bedfont,= 

tioned in her yeoman ; mentioned in his 

father's will 10 father's will 10 April 1704; 

April 1704. died 4 November, bur. at 

Bedfont 7 November 1731. 

Will dated 7 July 1731, 

proved 16 November 17 31 

(Arch: of Middlesex, 5, 654). 



=Hannah, executrix to her 
husband 16 November 
1 731. Will dated 2 Decem- 
ber 1733, proved II January 
^13l< by her son, Charles 
Sherbom (Arch: of Middle- 
sex, 6, 696). She married 
2ndly (at New Brentford, co. 
Middlesex, 8 January 173!) 
Thomas Russell of Stanwell, 
yeoman. 



I 
A daughter, 
married . . . 
Southen. 



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Richard Sherbom, 
bapt. at Bedfont, co. 
Middlesex, 17 Jan- 
uary 1 7 1 1, buried 
there 26 February 
following. 



Rachel, bapt. at Bedfont 14 January i7ij; 
mentioned in her father's will 1 1 April 
1729 ; marr. at Windsor, co. Berks, 25 June 
1749, Stephen Wells. 



Thomas Sherbom, bapt. 
at Bedfont 24 March 
171I ; mentioned in his 
father's will 
1729. 



April 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Windsor 
18 June 1749 ; marr. at 
Bray, co. Berks, 15 June 
1780, Carswell Winder. 



Richard Sherborn, bapt. 
at Windsor 19 September 
i75°- 



Sarah Sherborn, bapt. at Windsor 
13 October 1751, bur. there 16 
October following. 



12 



Anne, bapt. at Bedfont, Edmund Sherborn, John Sherbom of Windsor, =i=Elizabeth Trapp, 



CO. Middlesex, i6 July bapt. at Bedfont 
1 716; mentioned in 15 April 1 719, died 
her father's will 1 1 April 19 July following. 
1729 ; marr. at Bray, 
CO. Berks, 10 September 
1749, Isaiah Tucker. 



CO. Berks ; bapt. at Bedfont 
17 July 1720; mentioned 
in his father's will 11 April 



marr. at Windsor 
13 October 1751. 



William Sherborn of Newbury, =j=Maria Carter of Newbury ; 



CO. Berks, wheelwright ; bapt. 
at Windsor 26 April 1753; 
Administration granted 13 
March 1809 (P.C.C.) 



marr. at Newbury 14 February 
1785; administratrix to her 
husband 13 March 1809. 



A 

(/wr issue see " Visitation of England and Wales,'' 
Vol. XIII., page 66) 



Harriet Sherborn, bapt. at 
Windsor 22 January 1756, 
bur. there 29 November 
1759- _ 

Charles Sherbom, bapt. at 
Windsor 19 June 1758, bur. 
there 23 July following. 



James Sherborn, Charles Sherborn of=j=Sarah Hewit, marr. at Harriet Ewen Sherborn, 



bapt. at Wind- 
sor 4 November 
1760 ; bur. there 
21 July 1768. 



Odiham, co. Hants ; bapt. 
at Windsor 28 October 
1761 ; died in 1832, bur. 
at Windsor. 



Odiham 19 August bapt. at Windsor 7 Jan- 

1790; died, aged 78, uary 1766, bur. there 13 

4 September 1841, bur. June following, 
at Odiham. 



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13 



Scarbrough. 

[Vol. 13, p. 72.] 



Pedigree of Liiniley. 



Roger Lumley of Wodston House, co. Durham,=j=Anne Kurtwich, 



son and heir of Anthony Lumley, 2nd son of 
Richard, 5lh Lord Lumley; living 1606; bur. 
at Chester-le-Street, co. Durham. 



living 6 November 
1616. 



Frances Shelley, dau. of= 
Henry Shelley of VVorming- 
hurst, CO. Sussex, by 
Barbara his 2nd wife, dau. 
of William Cromer of 
Tunstall, co. Kent, esquire ; 
bapt. at Worminghurst 21 
November 1592; bur. at 
West bourne, co. Sussex, 10 
March 1624. M.L She 
married istly William Hol- 
land of Chichester, co. 
Sussex, gent, ist wife. 



=Sir Richard Lumley, Viscount= 
Lumley ; bapt. at Chester-le- 
Street 7 April 1589; knighted at 
Theobalds 19 July i6i6; created 
12 July 1628, Viscount Lumley 
of Waterford in the Peerage 
of Ireland ; garrisoned Lumley 
Castle for the king, and took part 
in the defence of Bristol and was 
present at its surrender 10 Sep- 
tember 1645; bur. at Cheam, 
CO. Surrey. Will dated 13 April 
1661, proved 12 March i66| 
(P.C.C. 37 Juxoii). 



=Elizabeth Cornwallis, dau. of 
Sir William Cornwallis of 
Brome, co. Suffolk, knight, by 
Lucy his ist wife, dau. and 
coheir of John, Lord Latimer; 
marr. at St. Bride's, London, 
II May 1630; bur. in West- 
minster Abbey 2 February 
165I. Will dated 18 Septem- 
ber 1641 to 26 July 1652, 
proved 29 June 1659 (P.C.C. 
356 PeW). She married istly 
Sir William Sandys. 2nd wife. 



John Lumley, bur. at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields,=i=Mary Compton, dau. and coheir of Sir Henry 



Westminster, 10 October 1658. Will dated 
2 October 1658, proved 12 March i66f 
(P.C.C. 37 Juxoti). 



Compton of Brambleteigh, co. Sussex, K.B.; 
executrix to her husband 12 March 166 
living 26 March i66f. 



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Richard Lumley, Earl of Scarbrough; not 21, 13 April 1661;= 
succeeded his grandfather as 2nd Viscount (Ireland) ; Master 
of the Horse to Queen Catherine 11 September 1680 to 
February i68i-, Treasurer 25 October 1684; created 31 May 1681, 
Baron Lumley of Lumley Castle ; Colonel of a troop of horse 
which he raised, and took part in the defeat of the Duke of 
Monmouth 5 July 1685, whom he captured; became a Protestant 
in 1687, and was one of the seven peers who signed the invitation 
to the Prince of Orange 31 June 1688; Privy Councillor 14 Feb- 
ruary i68|; Colonel of the ist troop of Horse Guards 2 April 
1689; Lord -Lieutenant and Vice-Admiral of Northumberland; 
created 10 April 1689, Viscount Lumley of Lumley Castle, and 
15 April 1690, Earl of Scarbrough; Lord -Lieutenant of the 
Bishopric of Durham 1690; Major-General 1692; Lieut. -General 
24 October 1694; served at the Battle of the Boyne and in 
Flanders ; Commissioner for the Union with Scotland 10 May 
1708 ; a Lord Justice of England i August to 18 September 1714; 
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 9 March 171^-17; Vice- 
Treasurer of Ireland 31 May 1717; died, aged 71, 17 December, 
bur. at Chester-le-Street i January i72i. M.I. Will dated 11 
January 1716 to April 1718, proved 22 December 1721 (P.C.C. 
231 Buckingham). {See "Dictionary of National Biography^' 
Vol. XXXIV., page 275.) Portrait at Sandheck. 



=Frances Jones, dau. and 
heir of Sir Henry Jones of 
Aston, CO. Oxford, knight, 
by Frances his wife, sister 
of Thomas, 2nd Viscount 
Fauconberg ; marriage 
licence (Vicar -General) 
dated 16 March i68|, 
then aged 19; Lady- of - 
the-Bedchamber to Queen 
Mary and Queen Anne ; 
died, aged 56, 7 August, 
bur. at Chester-le-Street 
23 August 1722. Will 
dated 9 June 17 16 to 
II August 1 7 16, proved 
9 January 172I (P.C.C. 17 
Richmond). 



■4 



John Lumley, Sir William Langley of High.imGobion,= 
bapt. at Ches- co. Bedford, baronet ; marr. after 6 No- 
ter-le-Street, vember i6i6; created a baronet 29 
CO. Durham 25 May 1641 ; died in High Holborn, 
April 1592; London, 21 August, bur. at St. Andrew's, 
died in infancy. Holborn, 23 August 1653. Will dated 
15 June 1653, proved 22 August 1654 
(P.C.C. 32 Alchin). I St husband. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at=Thomas Gunter, 
Chester- le- Street 
18 May 1 595. Will 
dated 24 March 
i6|g, proved 7 
December 1681 
(P.C.C. i847VbrM) 



of Isleworth, co. 
Middlesex; execu- 
tor to his wife 7 
December 1681. 
2nd husband. 



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Alexander Jermyn=j=Juiia, bapt. at=]=Sir Christopher Conyers of Horden, co. Durham, baronet; 



of Lordington, co. 
Sussex; died, aged 

29. 31 July i^'es, 

bur. at Racton, 
CO. Sussex. M.I. 
ist husband. 



Westbourne 1 2 
August 1624; 
died 2 1 May 
1691, bur. at 
Racton. M.I. 



A 



A 



bapt. at Easington, co. Durham, 28 March 1621 
admitted to Gray's Inn 12 February 163 J; succeeded his 
father as 2nd baronet in December 1664; marriage 
licence (Faculty Oflfice) dated 3 November 1666; died 
in October 1693, bur. at Easington. Will dated 13 
March 169I, administration granted 16 March 170^ 
(P.C.C. 57 Eedes). He married istly Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Langhorne of London, merchant. 2nd husband. 



John Lumley, 
mentioned m 
his grand- 
father's will 
13 April 1 66 1, 
then under 
16. 



Elizabeth Thimelby,=General Henry Lumley ; received' 
dau. of Sir John patent of precedence 29 June 1667; 
Captain in the Queen's Regiment 
of Horse 13 June 1685 ; Lieut.- 
Colonel 1 688 ; Colonel (by brevet) 
I December 1689 ; Brigadier- 
General 169!; Major-General 1697; 
Lieut.-General 170I; General of 
Horse 3 1 January 1 7 1 f ; fought 
with distinction throughout the 
wars of William III. and Anne 
(20 campaigns); at Landen 19 July 
1693 he covered the retreat and saved the king from capture; Governor 
of the Isle of Jersey 1703; M.P. for Sussex 9 January 170^ to April 
1706, and for Arundel 28 January 171I; died, aged 63, 18 October 
1722, bur. at Sawbridgeworth, co. Hertford. M.I. Will dated 6 August 
1722, proved 8 November 1722 (P.C.C. 216 Marlbrd). {See " Dutio?iary 
of National Biography" Vol. XXXIV., page 2Jl.) Portrait by Sir 
Godfrey Kneller at Sandbeck. 



Thimelljy, knight, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Thomas, 
I St Earl Rivers ; 
born at Bristol 17 
October 1643. She 
married istly Francis 
Cottington. istwife. 



=Anne Wiseman, dau. 
of Sir William Wise- 
man of Great Can- 
field, CO. Essex, 
baronet ; executrix 
to her husband 8 
November 1722 ; 
died 4 March 173', 
bur. at Sawbridge- 
worth. M.I. Will 
dated 29 March 1735 
and 27 June 1735, 
proved 5 March 1737- 
(P.C.C. 60 Wake). 
2nd wife. 



Frances Lumley, died, aged 5, 
bur. at Sawbridgeworth. M.I. 



1 3 October 1719, 



Henry Lumley, Lord Lumley; Captain the Queen's Horse i January 170I ; M.P. for Arundel 
7 December 1708: died 24 April, bur. at St. Martin's-in-the- Fields, Westminster, 26 April 
1710. 



IS 



George Lumley, bapt. at Chester-le-Street, co. 
Durham, 17 A[)ril 1597; living 6 November 
1616. 



John Lumley, bapt. at Chester-le-Street 17 
June 1599; living 6 November 1616. 



Anne, born 19 November 
1620, bapt. at Westbourne, 
CO. Sussex. 



Henry Lumley, 
died before 13 
April 1661, 



Richard Lumley, bapt. 
at Westbourne 8 Oc- 
tober 1622; died young. 



I 
Thoma,s Lumley, 
bur. at Westbourne 
14 March i62|-. 



Frances Lumley, men- 
tioned in her grandfather's 
will 13 April 1661 ; 
received patent of pre- 
cedence 29 June 1667 ; 
living 1 7 10. 



Anne Lumley, mentioned 
in her grandfather's will 
13 April 1661 ; received 
patent of precedence 29 
June 1667; died before 
1 7 10. 



Richard Cotton= 
of Water Gate, 
CO. Sussex. 



A 



=Elizabeth, mentioned 
in her grandfather's 
will 13 April 1661 ; 
marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 
26 March 1666, then 
aged 20. 



Sir Richard Lumley, Earl of Scarbrough, K.G. ; Lieut. -Colonel of Horse 

1 January 171^; Colonel Coldstream Guards 18 June 1722 ; Lieut. -General 

2 July 1739; M.P. for East Grinstead 5 May 1708, and for Arundel 

3 October 17 10; Master of the Horse to the Prince of Wales 1714-27 ; 
summoned to the House of Peers as Lord Lumley 4 March 1715; Lord- 
Lieutenant of Northumberland 1721 ; succeeded his father as 2nd Earl 17 
December 1721 ; K.G. 28 July 1724; P.C. 15 June 1727; Cabinet 
Minister and Master of the Horse 1727-34; created LL.D. (Cambridge) 
1728; died by his own hand in Grosvenor Square, London, 29 January, 
bur. in St. George's Chapel, Audley Street, London, 4 February ilj^f. Will 
dated iS January i7ff, proved 26 February 17^^ (P.C.C. 338 Bro'ivne). 



William Lumley, 
killed in naval 
engagement 
the 



\\\ 
Mediter- 
9 April 



1709. 



Sir Thomas Lumley-Saunderson, Earl of Scarbrough, K.B. ;^ 
Captain Tyrrell's Dragoons 1715; Lieut. -Colonel 37th Foot 
II December 1717 ; Envoy to Lisbon 1721 ; M.P. for 
Arundel 21 March 172^, and for co. Lincoln 23 August 
1727; took the name of Saunderson by Act of Parliament 
on the death of James, Earl of Castleton, in 1723 ; K.B. 
27 May 1725 ; Treasurer to the Prince of Wales 1738-51 ; 
succeeded his brother as 3rd Earl 29 January \l'\% ; 
died 15 March 1752. Will dated 9 June 1750, proved 
21 April 1752 (P.C.C. 108 Betteswoi-th). 



=Lady Frances PLamilton, dau. of 
George, ist Earl of Orkney, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Sir 
Edward Villiers ; marr. 27 June 
1724; Lady of the Fiedchamber 
to the Princess of Wales ; died at 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 27 December 
1772. Will dated 18 September 
1763, proved 4 February 1773 
(P.C.C. 79 Stevens). 



16 



Charles Lumley, 
M.P. for Chi- 
chester 1 6 August 
1727 ; Groom of 
the Bedchamber 
22 December 
1727 ; died 1 1 
August I 7 28. 



John Lumley, Cornet Princess of 
Wales' Dragoons 24 October 1721; 
Captain 1723 ; Captain and Lieut. - 
Colonel Coldstream Guards 31 
January 1732; M.P. for Arundel 
18 August 1727 until his death; 
Groom of the Bedchamber to 
P'rederic, Prince of Wales ; died 
16 October 1739, bur. at St. 
Martin's-in-the- Fields, Westminster. 
Administration granted 7 Noveni- 
ber i739(P.C.C.) 



James Lumley of Lumley Castle, co. 
Durham; M.P. for Chichester 31 Jan- 
uary 1 725, and for Arundel 6 May 1741 ; 
Groom of the Bedchamber to Frederic, 
Prince of Wales, and Commissioner for 
the Ofifice of Master of tiie Horse May 
1734; died 14 March 1766, buried at 
Chester- le- Street, co. Durham. Will 
dated i July 1763 to 14 January 1766, 
proved 20 March 1766 (P.C.C. 109 
Tyndall). 



Richard Lumley- Saunderson, Earl= 
of Scarbrough ; born in May 1725 ; 
succeeded his father as 4th Earl 15 
March 1752; Deputy Earl Marshal 
October 1765 to September 1777; 
Joint Vice-Treasurer of Ireland 20 
April 1782 ; Cofferer of the House- 
hold and Privy Councillor 12 July 
1765 ; died in South Audley Street, 
London, 12 May 1782, bur. at 
Saxilby, co. Lincoln. Will dated 
26 June 1772, proved 25 June 
1783 (P.C.C. 321 Cormvallis). 



=Barbara Savile, sister and heir 
of Sir George Savile of Rufford, 
CO. Nottingham, 7th baronet, 
and dau. of Sir George Savile, 
6th baronet, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of John Pratt of Dublin ; 
marr. at Rufford Abbey 26 De- 
cember 1752; died 22 July 
1797, bur. at St. Marylebone, 
CO. Middlesex. M.L Will dated 
8 April and 20 July 1797, 
proved 10 August 1797 (P.C.C. 
568 Exeter). 



George Lumley-Saunder- 
son, died 1 1 December 
1739- 



Anne Lumley- Saunder- 
son, executrix to her 
mother 4 February 1773. 



George Augusta Lumley-Saunderson, 
Earl of Scarbrough; born 22 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 24 
October 1753; M.P. for Lincoln 
12 October 1774; succeeded his 
father as 5th Earl 12 May 1782; 
died at Bath, co. Somerset, 5 Sep- 
tember, bur. in Bath Abbey 16 
September 1807. M.L Will dated 
II September 1784 and 18 August 
1807, proved 27 October 1807 
(P.C.C. 849 Lushi?igtoii). 



Frances Barbara Ludlow Lumley, 
born in 1756; died an infant. 



Richard Lumley-Saunder-= 
son. Earl of Scarbrough ; 
born 3 April, bapt. at 
Sandbeck, co. York, 16 April 
1757; educated at Eton 1775 
-80 ; Captain 3rd Dragoons 
20 November 1780 ; took 
the additional name of 
Savile by Act of Parliament 
1783; Sheriff for co. Not- 
tingham 1793; succeeded 
his brother as 6th Earl 5 
September 1807, when he 
took the name of Saunder- 
son in place of Savile ; died 
in Portman Square, London, 
17 June 1832. 



^HonW'HenriettaWilloughby, 
dau. of Henry, 5th Lord 
Middleton, by Dorothy his 
wife, dau. and coheir of 
George Cartwright of Os- 
sington, co. Nottingham ; 
born 30 June, bapt. at York 
Minster 29 July 1766; marr. 
by special licence at Wol- 
laton Hall, co. Nottingham, 
14 June 1 787; died, aged 79, 
in Portman Square, London, 
26 February 1846, bur. at 
Glentworth, co. Lincoln. 

{See Vol. IX., page 6.) 



17 



D 



George, Earl of Halifax, K.B. ; M.P. for Northampton 8 May 1705; Auditor=i=Mary, died 
of the Exchequer 1714; succeeded his uncle as 2nd Baron Halifax 19 May 10 September 
1715; created Viscount Sunbury and Earl of Halifax 14 June 1715; Ranger 1766. 
of Bushey Park 1715; LL.D. Cambridge 1717; Privy Councillor 1718; K.B. 
27 May 1725 ; died 9 May 1739, bur. at Horton, co. Northampton. 
\Vill dated 27 February 173I, proved 24 May 1739 (P.C.C. 105 Henchman). 
He married istly, Ricarda Posthuma, dau. and heir of Richard Saltonstall 
of Chipping Wardon, co. Northampton. /K 



Peter, Earl Ludlow (son and heir of Peter Ludlow= 
of Ardsallagh, co. Meath) ; born 21 April 1730; 
M.P. for CO. Huntingdon i April 1768 to 20 May 
1796 ; created 19 December 1755, Baron Ludlow of 
Ardsallagh, and 3 October 1760, Viscount Preston 
of Ardsallagh and Earl Ludlow, all in the Peerage 
of Ireland ; Privy Councillor 1782; Comptroller of 
the Household 1782 ; died 26 October 1803. 



A 



'Frances, married at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 26 
June 1753; executrix 
to her mother 4 
February 1773 ; died 
20 March 1796. 



Harriot Lumley- 
Saunderson,died, 
aged 16, 6 No- 
vember 1747. 



Thomas Charles 
Lumley, born 22 
May 1758 ; Cap- 
tain Royal Navy ; 
slain on board 
H.M.S. "Isis" 3 
September 1782. 



Rev. John Lumley- Savile, Earl of Scarbrough ;= 
born at Sandbeck, co. York, 15 June 1760; 
of King's College, Cambridge, M.A. 1782; 
Prebendary of York 1785 ; Rector of Wintring- 
ham, CO. Lincoln, November 1784, and of 
Thornhill, co. York, 1793 ; took the name of 
Savile by Royal Licence 28 September 1807 ; 
succeeded his brother as 7th Earl 17 June 
1832 ; killed by a fall from his horse while 
hunting near Doncaster, co. York, 24 February 
1835, bur. at Saxilby, co. Lincoln. 



=Anna Maria Herring, dau. 
of Julines Herring of Paul 
Island, Jamaica, West 
Indies, and of Heybridge, 
CO. Essex ; born at Paul 
Island I March 1766 ; 
marr. at St. James', Bristol, 
5 November 1785 ; died 
16 March 1850, bur. at 
Saxilby. 



George Augusta Lumley, 
born 16 November 1786, 
bapt. at Thornhill, co. 
York, II January 1787; 
died at Footherley, co. 
Stafford, 18 July 1807, 
bur. at Shenstone, co. 
Stafford. 



John Lumley-Savile, Earl of Scarbrough ; born 
18 July 1788, bapt. at Bramley, co. York; of 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, M.A. 1811 ; M.P. for 
CO. Nottingham 13 June 1826, and for North 
Nottingham 21 December 1832 ; took by Royal 
Licence additional name of Savile 14 October 
1836; succeeded his father as 8th Earl 24 
February 1835 ; Lord-Lieutenant of Nottingham 
1836; died at Sandbeck Park 29 October 1856, 
bur. at Saxilby. Will dated 23 June 1837 to 
14 August 1850, proved in April 1857 (P.C.C. 
324, 57)- 



Richard Henry 
Lumley, born 16 
September 1800 ; 
died i7july 1818. 



I 
Charles Leigh of Leighton Beaudesart, co. Bedford (brother of Thomas,=Barbara, died 4 
Lord Leigh of Stoneley) ; M.P. for co. Bedford 4 April 1722 and 16 February January 1755. 
1733 ; died 28 July 1749. 



Harriet Anne Boddington, dau.= 
of John Boddington : marr. 20 
February 1786 ; died, aged 40, 
at Tickhill Castle 20 July, bur. at 
Saxilby, co. Lincoln, 26 July 1810. 
I St wife. 



'Frederick Lumley-Savile of=Jane Bradley, 2nd dau. of 
Tickhill Castle, co. York ; Admiral William Bradley of 



born 17 October 1761; 
died, aged 69, at Burghfield 
Lodge, CO. Berks, 20 Sep- 
tember 1831. 



Hamble, co. Hants ; marr. 
25 March 1819; died, aged 
48, in Gloucester Place, 
London, 9 June 1825. 
2nd wife. 



Frederick Lumley-Savile of Tickhill=j=Charlotte Mary de la Poer Beresford, dau. of the Rt. 



Castle; born 14 January 1788 
educated at Eton ; assumed the 
additional name of Savile by Act of 
Parliament 1834 ; died at Tickhill 
Castle 27 February 1837. Will 
dated 29 December 1832, proved 
17 April 1837 (P.C.C. 317 Nonvich). 



Rev. George de la Poer Beresford, Bishop of Kilmore, 
Elphin and Ardagh, by Frances his wife, dau. of (jervase 
Parker Bushe of Kilfane, co. Kilkenny ; marr. in Dublin 
2 May 1812; died at Wiesbaden 2 November 1851. 
Will dated 27 August 1847, proved 18 December 1851, 
by her son, Richard George Lumley (P.C.C. 963, 51). 
She married 2ndly Robert Henry Southwell of Castle 
Hamilton, co. Cavan. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wa/es," 
Vol. XIII., page 72.) 



I I 
Anna Maria Lumley, 
born in 1789. 



Anna Maria Lumley, 
born 29 January 1791 ; 
died at Bath, co. 



Somerset, 
1840. 



May 



Rev. Thomas Cator of Skelbrook Park, near=f=Louisa Frances Lumley, 



Doncaster, co. York ; born at Beckenham, 
CO. Kent, 19 February, bapt. there 27 March 
1790; of Brasenose College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 3 March iSio; of Trinity (College, 
Cambridge, admitted pensioner 15 January 
1813, B.A. 1815; M.A. 1818; Vicar of 
Womersley, co. York, 17 November 181 7, 
of Woodbastwick and Panxworth, co. Nor- 
folk, 9 June 1821 ; Rector of Elmley 23 
October 1827, and of Kirksmeaton, both 
CO. York, 30 October 1829; J. P. for the 
West Riding, co. York ; died at Kirksmeaton 
24 August, bur. at Beckenham 30 August 
1864. M.L Administration granted at 
Wakefield 22 October 1864. 



born at Hellaby Hall, 
Bramley, co. York, 19 
June 1794, bapt. there; 
marr. at Womersley 12 
October 1825 ; died, 
aged 90, at 8 Bryanston 
Square, London, 7 Jan- 
uary, bur. at Beckenham 
13 January 1885. M.L 
Will dated i January 
1877, with three codicils 
dated 5 February 1878 
to 2 June 1 88 1, proved 
4 March 1885 (Prin. Reg., 
6, 8s). 



{See Pedigree of Cator, " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. v., page j5.) 



19 



Frederick Frankland (younger son of Sir= 
Thomas Frankland of Thirkleby, co. York, 
2nd baronet) ; Barristerat-Law ; Governor 
of the ]5ank of England ; M.P. for Thirsk 
26 April 1734 to April 1754 ; died 8 March 
1768. He married istly, Elizabeth, widow 
of Adam Cardonell, Secretary to the Duke 
of Marlborough. 



I 
=Anne, marr. 19 
February 173I; 
died 28 Feb- 
ruary i7fg. 



Henrietta Lumley, of Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex ; died at Chelsea 
27 November 1757, bur. at 
St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, West- 
minster. Will dated 29 July 
1734, administration granted 
8 December 1757 (P. C. C 
362 Herring). 



Francis Ferrand Foljambe of Aldwarke, co. York (only child of John^Mary Arabella, born 
Moore of Hull, by Anne his wife, sister and coheir of Thomas Foljambe 18 September 1763 ; 
of Aldwarke) ; born 17 January, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Hull, 19 February 
I ■]\% ; took the name and arms of Foljambe by Act of Parliament 
(16 Geo. HI.); M.P. for co. York i January 1784, and for Higham 
Ferrers 13 November 1801 to April 1807 ; High Sheriff of co. York 
1787 ; died 13 November 1814. He married istly, Mary Arabella, dau. 
and heir of John Thornhagh of Osberton, co. Nottingham. 



marr. at Sandbeck, 
CO. York, 12 June 
1792 ; died i May 
1817. 



Lieut.- Colonel Savile Henry Lumley of Cockglode,^ 
CO. Nottingham; born 18 June 1768; Cornet 3rd 
(King's Own) Dragoons 28 July 1784; Lieutenant 
1789; Captain 1793; Major 1797; Lieut. -Colonel 
29 November 1798; died, aged 78, at Coley-lands, 
14 November 1846. 



=Mary Henrietta Tahourdin, dau. of 
Henry Tahourdin of Sydenham, co. 
Kent, esquire ; marr. 15 December 1806 ; 
died, aged 81, at Elberton Vicarage, co. 
Gloucester, 5 July 1869. 



Rev. Frederick Manners Sutton= 
of Kelham, near Newark, co. 
Nottingham ; born in 1784 ; 
educated at Eton and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted pensioner 24 March 
1804, B.A. 1808; presented by 
his uncle, the Archbishop of 
Canterbury, to the Vicarages of 
Marden, 15 November 181 1, of 
Preston, 18 November 181 1, and 
to the Rectory of Tunstall, all 
CO. Kent, 23 July 1812 ; marr. 2 
September 182 1 ; died 30 August 
1826. ist husband. 



=Henrietta Barbara,= 
born in July 1796 ; 
died in Connaught 
Place, Hyde Park, 
London, 27 July 
1864. 



=John Lodge Ellerton of Bodsilon, co. 
Carnarvon ; born at Chester 1 1 Jan- 
uary 1801 ; educated at Rugby and at 
Brasenose College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated I April 1818, B.A. 1821 ; M.A. 
1828; marr. at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, 24 August 
1837 ; assumed the additional name 
of Ellerton by Royal Licence dated 
15 June 1S38; died at Connaught 
Place, Hyde Park, London, 10 January 
1873. 2nd husband. 



Mary Sunderland,= 
dau. of Thomas 
Sunderland of 
Whittington Hall, 
Ulverston, co. Lan- 
caster, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of 
William Dickson ; 
born 1 1 August 
1772, bapt. at 
Ulverston 7 Feb- 
ruary 1775 ; marr. 
there 3 October 
1804 ; died 19 
July 1807, buried 
at Ulverston. ist 
wife. 



=General Sir William Lumley, G.C.B. ; born 28= 
August 1769; educated at Eton; entered the 
Army as Cornet loth Light Dragoons 24 October 
1787; Lieutenant 1790; Captain 1793; Major 
1795; Lieut. -Colonel 22nd Light Dragoons 1705; 
Major-General 1809; Lieut. -General 18 14; General 
10 January 1837 ; Colonel 6th (Inniskilling) 
Dragoons 3 November 1827; Colonel ist Dragoon 
Guards 30 April 1840; commanded the 22nd 
Light Dragoons in Ireland, and was severely 
wounded at Antrim, where he preserved the town 
from being burnt, 7 June 1798; served in Egypt 
under Abercrombie in 1801 ; present at the re- 
capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806 ; 2nd 
in command of the expedition to South America 
in 1 806-1 807, and commanded at the capture of 
Monte Video ; commanded the advance at the 
capture of Ischia in 1809 ; joined the Army in the 
Peninsula in 1810, and commanded the allied 
cavalry at Albuera 16 May 181 1 (gold medal), 
and in command on the Chri-Stovar side at the siege 
of Badajoz 6 April 181 2; Governor of Bermuda 
1819-25; K.C.B. 2 January 1815 ; G.C.B. 13 
September 183 1 ; died at 38 Green Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, 15 December 1850. 
(See " Dictio}iary of Natio7ial Biography" 
Vol. XXXIV., page 276.) 



=Louisa Margaret Rob- 
bins, dau. of John 
Robbins of Green 
Street, Grosvenor 

Square, London; marr. 
3 March 181 7; died 
at 38 Green Street 1 1 
September 1859. Will 
dated i December 
1858, proved i Octo- 
ber 1859, by Charles 
Robbins Maxwell, 
M.D., nephew (Prin. 
Reg., 613, 59). She 
married istly, Lieut. - 
Colonel Lynch Cotton 
{see Vol. IX., page <^o). 
2nd wife. 



Winchcombe Henry Hartley of Tick-=i=Louisa, born in 1773; marr. 



hill, CO. York ; of Merton College, 
Oxford, matriculated 18 May 1790, 
aged 17, B.A. 1794; M.A. 1797; 
admitted to Lincoln's Inn, Barrister- 
at-Law 1797. He married 2ndly, 
Mary Harris. 



by special licence at Sandbeck, 
CO. York, 26 February 1798; 
died at Malvern, co. Worcester, 
10 October 181 1. 



Sophia Lumley, born 
in July 1777 ; died at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 
15 February 1832. 



21 



Powis. 

[Vol. 13, p. loS.] 



Pedigree of Clive of Styche. 



James Clive of Huxley, co. Chester, = 
esquire (2nd son of Richard Clive 
of Huxley, esquire, by Catherine 
Handford his ist wife), heir of his 
brother, Peter Clive of Huxley ; 
died 6 October 1484. 



=Katherine Styche, dau. and heir 
of Thomas Styche of Styche, co. 
Salop; died 8 May 1538. She 
married 2ndly Hugh Grimsdech, 
and 3rdly Richard Bruen. 



Alice Calveley, dau. of Sir Hugh= 
Calveley of the Lea, co. Chester, 
by Christian his wife, dau. and 
heir of Thomas Cottingham ; 
mentioned in her mother's will 
16 November 15 16. ist wife. 



=Richard Clive of Huxley and=Katherine, widow of Robert 
of Styche, esquire ; aged 14 in Bird : marriage settlements 



1484; died 12 March 153I. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Chester 
3 August 1536 {Chester, 
Vol. 66, No. 17). 



dated 14 July 1529; livmg 
3 August 1536. 2nd wife. 



Richard Clive of Huxley and of Styche,= 
esquire ; aged 40 and more 12 March 153!^ ; 
died 14 October 1561, bur. at Moreton Say, 
CO. Salop. Inq. p. m. taken at Chester 15 
April 1562 {Chester, Vol. 74, No. 2). 



=Margaret Corbet, dau. of Sir Richard Corbet of 
Moreton Corbet, co. Salop, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Walter, Lord Ferrers of Chartley ; buried 
at Moreton Say. Will dated 2 March 
proved 2 November 1573 (P.C.C. 2)2> P^ter\ 



i57i 



Richard Clive of Huxley and of Styche, esquire ;= 
aged 48, 15 April 1562 ; died 27 April 1572, bur. 
in Holy Trinity Church, Chester. M.L Inq. p. m. 
taken at Chester 3 December 15 Eliz. [1572] 



=Jane Brereton, sister of Sir William Brereton 
of Brereton, co. Chester ; marr. before 6 
November 1553, date of settlement ; living 
27 September 1591. 



Sir George Clive of Huxley and of Styche, Chancellor of the= 
Exchequerin Ireland ; admitted to Gray's Inn 1576; knighted 
by Sir William Fitzwilliam, Lord Deputy of Ireland, 4 July 
1588; Chancellor of the Exchequer and Privy Councillor 
(Ireland) 1589; died i September 1590, bur. at Moreton 
Say. Will dated i September 1589, proved 8 November 
1591 (P.C.C. 82 Sainhei-he). Inq. p. m. taken at Wellington 
27 September 1591 (C. Vol. 22g, No. 121.) 



=Susan Coppinger, dau. of Henry 
Coppingerof Buxhall, co. Suffolk; 
marriage settlements dated 11 
December 1580; died 20 July 
1609, bur. at Eastham, co. 
Chester. She married 2ndly John 
Poole of Poole in Eastham. 



Joshua Clive of Huxley, esquire ; born 5 December=j=Mary Charlton, dau. of Andrew Charlton 



1577 ; died at Apley, co. Salop, 17 July 1599. Will 
dated 15 July 1599, proved 6 November 1599 
(P.C.C. 84 Kidd). Inq. p. m. taken at Nantwich 28 
February iff^ (Chester, Vol. 86, No. i). 



of Apley Castle, co. Salop ; executrix 
to her husband 6 November 1599. 
She married 2ndly John Tilston. 



Rebecca Clive, born 25 August 1596; George Clive, born 20 February 159!; died at 

died II July 1612. Inq. p. m. taken at Loppington, co. Salop, 10 May 1610. Inq. p. m. 

Shrewsbury 13 January 16 if (C. Vol. 332, taken at Shrewsbury 26 June 161 1 (C. Vol. 321, 

No. 156). No. 106). 



Katherine, marr. Ralph 
Brueii of Tarvin, co. 
Chester. 



Anne, marr. Peter Bird of Broxton, 
CO. Chester, who died before 19 
Hen. VIII. 



. . . marr. . . . Clayton 
of Thelwall, co. Chester. 



I 



Christian, marr. after 16 November 15 16. She married 
istly Richard Hope, and andly . . . Brereton. 



Katherine, marr, Richard Starkey 
of Stretton, co. Chester. 



A 



James Clive of London ; received property^ 
from his father by settlement dated 24 
January 156^; mentioned in his mother's 
will 2 March i57f. 



=Margery Morley, died before 22 November 1567. 
She married istly James Gilbert of London, 
goldsmith, who died in 1550. (Administration 
granted 22 November 1567, P.C.C.) 



Rowland Clive, living 
I September 1589. 



Elizabeth, mentioned in 
her grandmother's will 
2 March i57f. 



Dorothy, mentioned in 
her grandmother's will 
2 March i57f. 



Rachel, living 3 
December 1572 ; 
married George 
Trenchard. 



Sarah Clive, 
died before 
3 December 

1572- 



Rebecca Clive. 
M.I. in Holy 

Trinity, Chester. 



Judith Clive of Huxley, 
CO. Chester ; living i Sep- 
tember 1599 ; buried at 
Moreton Say, co. Salop. 
Will dated 17 September 
1 60 1, proved 31 March 
1 602 (P.C.C. 8 Montague). 



Hester, married 
after i September 
1589; living 17 
September i6oi ; 
married John 
Starkey. 



Ambrose Clive of Styche, co. Salop ; of Trinity College, Cambridge,= 
matriculated pensioner circa 1596 ; Scholar 1599 : B.A. 1600 ; Fellow 
of St. John's 1605 ; mentioned in will of his brother Joshua 15 July 
1599 ; bur. at St. Mary's, Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 5 March 164^. 



=Alice Townshend, dau. of 
Thomas Townshend of 
Brackenack, co. Norfolk, 
esquire. 



Robert Clive of Styche, co. Salop, esquire ; educated at= 
Whitchurch and at St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted 
pensioner in March i6|§ ; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 7 June 
1637; Member of Parliamentary Committee for co. Salop; 
admitted burgess of Shrewsbury 18 February 164I; M.P. 
for Bridgnorth 1646; bur. at Moreton Say 16 November 
1697. 



=Mary Alleyn, dau. of Sir Edward 
AUeyn of Hatfield Peverell, co. 
Essex, baronet, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. and coheir of George 
Scot of Little Lees, co. Essex ; 
bur. at Moreton Say. 



Thomas Wilbraham of Nantwich, co. Chester, esquire ; born= 
25 June 1589; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 13 May 1613; 
Esquire of the Body to King Charles I. i November 1628; 
died in 1643. a 



=Rachael, born 20 March 159!; 



marr. 24 March 
5 April 1657. 



16}. 



died 



23 



Ralph Clive of Walford, co. Salop, gent ; received=pDorothy Kynaston, dau. of Thomas 



property from his father by settlement dated 24 January 
156^; executor to his mother 2 November 1573. 
Will dated 4 January 158^ and 21 July 1582, proved 
1 November 1582 (P.C.C. 41 Tinvhite). 



Kynaston ; mentioned in her hus- 
band's will 2 1 July 1582; died 7 March 
158!. Inq. p. m. taken at Newport 
19 May 1608 (C. Vol. jot, i\o. j6). 



A 



Elizabeth Clive. 



Dorothy, married 
James Barker. 



Richard Lee of Lee, co. Chester,= 
gent. Will dated 20 November 
1562. He married I stly Margery, 
dau. of Richard Heywood of 
Stronglow, co. Stafford. 1st 
husband. 



=Alice, named execu-= 
trix to her husband's 
will 20 November 
1562 ; mentioned in 
her mother's will 2 
March i57f. 



/N 



■Richard Harcourt 
of Rampton, co. 
Stafford ; mentioned 
in his mother-in- 
law's will 2 March 
iS7f. 2nd husband. 



A 



John Cresswell of Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, stapler ; mentioned=pJane, buried in Wolver- 



in his mother-in-law's will 2 March isyf. Will dated 30 June 1593, 
proved 14 September 1593 (P.C.C. 65 Nevill). He married 2ndly 
Elizabeth. /t\ 



Hampton Church, 
wife. 



I St 



I 
Stephen Clive, born after i Septem- 
ber 1589 ; mentioned in will of his 
brother Joshua 15 July 1599; living 26 
June 161 1. 



Henry Legh of Bagaley,=j=Rebecca, born after i 



CO. Chester ; buried at 
Bowdon, CO. Chester, 20 
March 1634. 



As 



September 1589 ; marr. 
at Eastham, co. Chester, 
31 July 1609. 



George Clive, bur.=j=Mary Husbands, dau. and heir of Martin Husbands of Wormbridge, 



4 November 1677. 



CO. Hereford (Governor of the Isle of Ely 1645), by 
marr. after 20 October 1644 (her father's will). 



Hibbins his wife. 



Robert Clive= 
of Styche, co. 
Salop ; born in 
1661; died, aged 
5 5, bur. at More- 
ton Say, CO. 
Salop, 2 1 No- 
vember 1 7 16. 



=Elizabeth Amphlett, dau. of Richard 
Amphlett of Hadzor, co. Worcester, 
and of Clent, co. Stafford, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of Edward Cookes of 
Bentley Pauncefote, co. Worcester ; 
bapt. at Rowley Regis, co. Stafford, 
24 January 165^; marr. at Clent 24 
November 1681 ; died, aged 83, 
7 September, bur. at Moreton Say 17 
September 1738. M.L {See Vol. V., 

page 73). 



George Clive, bapt. at Wormbridge, 
CO. Hereford, 3 July 1667 ; of theMiddle 
Temple, admitted 26 May 1688, called 
to the Bar 18 May 1694; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 19 May 17 13; Cursitor 
Baron of the Exchequer 6 November 
1735 ; bur. at Lincoln's Inn 5 January 
i7Tff- Will dated 17 January 173*, 
proved 1 1 January 
4 Browne). 



i7l§ (P-C.C. 



Robert Clive, George Clive of Drayton, =j=Mary Grant, dau. of Thomas Grant of St. Mary's, 

living 17 Jan- co. Salop; buried at Shrewsbury, co. Salop, and Mary Whitcomb his wife ; 

uary 173!. Moreton Say 10 February marr. at St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 6 October 1720, 

173!^. I bur. at Moreton Say 29 June 1765. 

A 



24 



Edward Clive of VVornibridge, co. Hereford ; bapt.= 
at Wormbridge i8 February 167I; bur. there 
18 June 1745. Will dated 11 January lyf^, 
proved 12 July 1745 (P.C.C. 189 Seytner). 



=Sarah Key, dau. of Bright Key of Bristol ; 
marr. at Wormbridge 14 April 1697 ; died, 
aged 64, bur. at Wormbridge 22 October 
1737- 



Elizabeth Symons,^ 
dau. of Richard 
Symons of the 
Alynde, co. Here- 
ford ; died 10 May 
1762, bur. at Worm- 
bridge, ist wife. 



=Sir Edward Clive of Wormbridge, knight,= 
Justice of the Common Pleas ; born at St. 
Lawrence Old Jewry, London, 15 July 1703; 
of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 27 March 17 19, 
called to the Bar 1725 ; M.P. for St. Michael's 
12 May 1741; Serjeant-at-Law i May 1745; 
Baron of the Exchequer 1745 ; Justice of the 
Common Pleas 30 January 1753-70; knighted 
9 February 1753 ; executor to his father 
12 July 1745; died at Bath, co. Somerset, 
16 April 1 77 1. Will dated 30 December 1768 
to 25 February 1771, proved 27 May 1771 
(P.C.C. 200 Trevor). {See ^^ Dictionarv of 
National Biography,'' Vol. XI., page lOJ.) 



=Judith Clive, dau. of the 
Rev. Benjamin Clive 
{see next page) ; marr. at 
Moreton Say, co. Salop, 
17 October 1763; execu- 
trix to her aunt Judith 
Clive 10 November i 763, 
and to her husband 
27 May 1771 ; died at 
Wormbridge 20 August 
1796. Will dated 31 
September 1793, proved 
I September 1796 (P.C.C. 
446 Harris). 2nd Wife. 



Richard Clive of Styche, co. Salop ; bapt. at Moreton= 
Say 12 February 169I; mentioned in the will of his 
uncle George Clive 17 January 173I ; M.P. for 
Montgomery 21 November 1759 to May 1771 ; bur. 
at Moreton Say 29 May 1771. Will dated 28 June 
1766, proved 18 June 1771 (P.C.C. 246 Trevor). 



=Rebecca Gaskell, dau. and coheir of 
Nathaniel Gaskell of Manchester ; 
executrix to her husband 18 June 1771; 
bur. at Moreton Say 27 October 1771. 
Will dated 10 October 177 1, proved 26 
December 1771 (P.C.C. 475 Trevor). 



Nathaniel Clive, 
born 1 3 May 
1722. 



Sir Robert Clive, Lord Clive, K.B. ; born at Styche=j=Margaret Maskelyne, 
29 September, bapt. at Moreton Say 2 October 1725 ; I dau. of Edmund 



educated at Lostock, Market Drayton, Merchant 
Taylors' School and Hemel Hempstead ; received a 
Writership in the Madras Service 1743; Ensign 
1747; took part in the siege of Pondicherry 1748; commanded the 
forlorn hope at Devikota in Tanjore ; conducted the defence of Arcot 
in the Carnatic November 1751; appointed Lieut.-Governor of Fort 
St. David 1756, and took command in the re-capture of Calcutta, 
winning the battle of Plassey 23 June 1757; Administrator of Bengal 
5 March 1758; M.P. for Shrewsbury 27 March 1761 to November 
1774; D.C.L. (Oxford) 2 September 1760; created Baron Clive of 
Plassey, in the Peerage of Ireland, 15 March 1762 ; Mayor of Shrewsbury 
1762; K.B. 24 April 1764; Major-General 11 May 1764; Governor of 
Bengal i June 1764 to 20 January 1767; F.R.S. 4 November 1768; 
Recorder of Shrewsbury 1771 ; Lord-Lieutenant of the counties of Salop 
and Montgomery 1772: died by his own hand in Berkeley Square, 
London, 22 November, bur. at Moreton Say 30 November 1774. Will 
dated 24 November 1773, proved 13 December 1774 (P.C.C. 426 
Bargrave). Portrait by Nathaniel Dance, R.A., in the National 
Portrait Gallery ; statue in Parliament Street, London. {See 
"■Dictionary of National Biography," Vol. XI., page loS.) 



Maskelyne of Purton, 
CO. Wilts, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. and heir 
of John Booth of 
Woodford ; bapt. in 
1735 ; marr. at Fort 
St. George, Madras, 1 8 
February 1753; died 
at Oakley Park, co. 
Salop, aged 83, 28 
December 18 1 7. Ad- 
ministration granted 
in June 1818 (P.C.C.) 



25 



Elizabeth Clive. 



Mary CHve. 



Judith Clive, of Wormbridge, co. Hereford ; 
executrix to her brother George 1 1 January 
lyfj. Will dated 4 October 1762, proved 10 
November 1763 (P.C.C. 500 Ccrsar). 



Sarah Clive, executrix to 
her brother George 1 1 
January lyf". 



George Clive of Bath, co. Somerset, = 
esquire ; mentioned in his father's 
will II January i7|4; bur. at 
Walcot, CO. Somerset. Will dated 
23 June 1777 and 16 March 1780, 
proved 25 November 1780 (P.C.C. 
5 1 o Collins). 



=Catherine Raftor (Kitty Clive), dau. of William Raftor; 
celebrated as a comedy actress mainly at Drury Lane 
Theatre, from which she retired 24 April 1769; died, 
aged 75, at Little Strawberry Hill 6 December, bur. at 
Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 14 December 1785. M.L 
{See ^^ Dictionary of Natio7ial Biography" Vol. XL, 
page 104). 



Rev. Benjamin Clive, Rector of Adderley, co. Salop ;=]=Susanna Floyer, dau. of John Floyer of 



born at Styche, co. Salop, 27 December, bapt. at 
Moreton Say, co. Salop, 29 December 1695; of 
Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1718; M.A. 1729; 
Rector of Adderley i6 June 1720; bur. at Moreton 
Say 13 March 1759. A 



the White House, Llantillio, Pertholey, 
CO. Monmouth ; marriage settlements 
dated 30 November 1722; bur. at 
Moreton Say 20 July 1737. 



Ven*"'' Robert Clive, Rector of Moreton Say (son of the Rev. Benjamin= 
Clive, see above); bapt. at Adderley 9 September 1723 ; educated at 
Market Drayton and at St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner 
3 July 1742, aged 19, B.A. 1745 ; M..^. 1750; Rector of Adderley 26 
July 1750; Vicar of Clun, co. Salop, 3 March 1766-82 ; Prebendary of 
Hereford 4 September 1760; Archdeacon of Salop 2 February 1769; 
Prebendary of Westminster 13 October 1778; died 15 July, bur. at 
Moreton Say 21 July 1792. Will dated 14 May 1791 to 17 March 1792, 
proved 31 December 1792 (P.C.C. 603 Fountain). 



=Rebecca, born 18 
October 1730; marr. 
at Moreton Say 26 
November 1759; 
executrix to her 
husband 31 Decem- 
ber 1792 ; died in 
March 1825. 



Edward, Earl of Powis ; born in Queen Square, London, 7 March, = 
bapt. at St. George-the-Martyr's, Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex, 14 March 
1754 ; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 28 
February 1771 ; M.P. for Ludlow 8 October 1774 to October 1794; 
succeeded his father as 2nd Lord Clive 22 November 1774; Lord- 
Lieutenant of Salop 1775-98, and 1804; Recorder of Shrewsbury 
1775, and of Ludlow 1801 ; Member of the Board of Agriculture 
1793; created 13 August 1794, Baron Clive of Walcot ; Governor of 
Madras 21 August 1798 to 30 August 1803 ; received the thanks of 
Parliament 3 May 1804, for services during the Mahratta War ; created 
14 May 1804, Baron Herbert of Chirbury, Viscount Clive of Ludlow 
and Earl of Powis; P.C. 21 November 1805; nominated Viceroy of 
Ireland 16 November 1805 ; died at 45 Berkeley Square, London, 
16 May, bur. in Bromfield Church, co. Salop, 25 May 1839. {See 
'■^Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. XL, page 108.) 



=Lady Henrietta Antonia 
Herbert, sister and heir 
of George Edward 
Henry Arthur, 2nd Earl 
of Powis, and dau. of 
Henry Arthur, ist Earl; 
born 3 September 1758; 
marr. at her father's 
house in St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 7 May 1 784 ; died 
at Walcot, CO. Salop, 
3 June 1 830. 



26 



Penelope Scudamore, dau. and=Lewis Clive of Howton Grange, in"=Saiah James, married 
coheir of William Scudamore Wormbridge, co. Hereford, esquire; 4 February 1747 ; died 
of Kentchurch, co. Hereford, mentioned in his father's will 1 1 
esquire; died 10 July 1743. January 17J5; died, aged 47, 14 
ist wife. November 1753. Administration was 

granted 26 March 1806 (P.C.C.). 



17 February 1773, 
bur. at St. Nicholas', 
Worcester, and wife. 



Frances Clive, of Styche, co. 
Salop ; mentioned in the will of 
her aunt Judith Clive 4 Octo- 
ber 1762 ; bur. at Moreton Say, 
CO. Salop, II August 1763. 
Will dated 6 February 1759, 
proved 28 January 1764 (P.C.C. 
8 Simpson). 



Elizabeth Clive, mentioned 
in the will of her aunt Judith 
Clive 4 October 1762, bur. 
at Moreton Say 1 8 1 )ecember 
1764. Will (undated) proved 
10 January 1765 (P.C.C. 7 
Kushivorth ). 



Anne Clive, of Litdc Drayton, 
CO. Salop ; born 16 February, 
bapt. at Moreton Say 19 Feb- 
ruary 170°; executrix to her 
sister Frances 28 January 1764; 
bur. 3 March 1786. Will dated 
7 May 1776 and 29 December 
1780, proved 4 May 1786 
(P.C.C. 267 Norfolk). 



Richard Clive, Sir John James Markham of Drayton in=Sarah, born 20 April 1732 ; marr. 

bur. at Moreton Hales, co. Stafford, baronet; succeeded at Moreton Say 30 August 1755, 

his cousin as 4th baronet 9 June 1736 ; marriage settlements dated 29 

died, aged 81, bur. at Moreton Say 15 August; executrix to her husband 

December 177S. Will dated 2 March 23 January 1779 ; died at the 

1778, proved 23 January 1779 (P.C.C. 20 Grove, Market Drayton, co. Salop, 

]]'arburtoii). 23 January 1828. 



Say 17 January 



.-so 



M 



J 
Richard Clive, born 4 March, bapt. at St. George- 
the-Martyr's, Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex, 19 March 
1755- 



Jane Clive, born 
15 June 1756. 



Robert Clive, born 
13 October 1759. 



Edward, Earl of Powis, K.G. ; born 22 March 1785; of= 
St. John's College, Cambridge, M.A. 1806 ; created LL.D. 
6 July 1835 ; took the name of Herbert in place of Clive, 
by Royal Licence dated 9 March 1807 ; M.P. for Ludlow 

I November 1806 to May 1839; Lord-Lieutenant of co. 
Montgomery 1830 (in May 1839 he received the thanks 
of the Home Secretary for his activity against the Chartist 
rioters) ; created D.C.L. (Oxford) 20 June 1844 ; K.G. 12 
December 1844; succeeded his father as 2nd Earl 16 
May 1839 ; died 17 January, being accidentally 
shot while shooting at Powis Castle, bur. in Welshpool 
Church, CO. Montgomery, 29 January 1848. Will dated 

II June 1846 and 27 May 1847, proved 4 April 1848 
(P.C.C. 337, 48). A 



=Lady Lucy Graham, dau. of James, 
3rd Duke of Montrose, K.G., by 
Lady Caroline Maria his 2nd wife, 
dau. of George, 4th Duke of 
Manchester ; born at Buchanan, co. 
Stirling, 25 September 1793; marr. 
at Lambeth Palace 9 February 1818; 
died at Walcot, co. Salop, 16 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Welshpool 24 
September 1875. Will dated 17 
January 1870 to 24 December 1872, 
proved at Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 28 
October 1875. 



{For issue see "Visilafion of Eit gland and Wales" 
Vol. XIII., page loS.) 



2.7 



Henry Clive of St. James' Street, 
London, esquire ; born at St. 
Lawrence Old Jewry, London, 22 
September 1709 ; mentioned in his 
father's will 11 January lyf^; died 
24 February 1775. ^\'ill dated 28 
November 1774, proved 4 ALirch 
1775 (P.C.C. 87 Alexander). 



Charles Clive of Mortlake, co. 
Surrey, esquire ; born at St. 
Lawrence Old Jewry, London, 22 
December 1710; mentioned in his 
father's will 11 January i7jj; 
executor to his brother Henry 
4 March 1775 ; died 30 December 
1794. ^Vill dated 14 November 
1 79 1, proved 9 January 1795 
(P.C.C. 10 Newcastle). 



Sarah Clive, men- 
tioned in wills of 
her father 1 1 Jan- 
uary i7x°, and of 



her brother 
Edward 25 
ruary 177 i. 



Sir 
Feb- 



Thomas Wolley of Blooms-= 
bury, CO. Middlesex, 
esquire ; bur. at Moreton 
Say, CO. Salop, 27 Decem- 
ber 1799. Will dated 21 
February 1798, proved 29 
January 1800 (P.C.C. 
76 Adderky). 



=Judith, born i 
December 1733; 
marr. 25 January 

1757 ; executrix 
to her husband 
29 January 1800. 



Matthew Wilson of Eshton=f=Frances, born 1 2 



Hall in Craven, co. York, 
esquire ; born 1 2 February 
173"; died 16 April, bur. 
at Gargrave, co. York, 18 
April 1802. M.L 



February 173? ; 
marr.7julyi759; 
died 3 October, 
bur. at Gargrave 
6 October 1798. 



A 



George Clive, 
bur. at More- 
ton Say 27 
January 174!. 



M 



Hon'''' George Semphill (2nd son of Hugh, 12th Lord Semphill,=Anne, born 17 
by Sarah his wife, dau. and coheir of Nathaniel Gaskell) ; Ensign April 1740 ; 
19th Foot 1732 ; Captain 53rd Foot 1755 ; Colonel Hon''''^East marr. at More- 
India Co.'s Service; died at Bisho]itoun 18 December 1779. ton Say i De- 
Testament confirmed 26 January 1780. He married istly cember 1764. 
Catherine Gordon of Wardhouse, eldest dau. and heir of 2nd wife. 
Arthur Gordon of Law and Wardhouse ; and 3rdly (at 
Manchester, 15 June 1775), Jane, dau. and heir of Thomas 
Butterworth, and widow of Francis Joddrell. 

M 



Lieut. -General John Robinson of Denston= 
Hall, CO. Suffolk ; Adjutant and Sub- 
Lieutenant Horse Grenadier Guards i 
September 1773; Captain 1779; Major 
1788; Lieut.-Colonel 1794; Colonel 1798; 
Major-General 1805 ; Lieut. -General 4 
June i8ri ; Colonel Commandant 60th 
Foot 2 June 1813; M.P. for Bishop's 
Castle 12 July 1802 until his death : died, 
aged 62, at Paris 23 June 1819, bur. at 
P^re la Chaise. M.L in Denston Church. 



=Rebecca, born 15 
September, bapt. at 
Moreton Say 10 Oc- 
tober 1760 ; marr. 
14 March 1780; died 
at St. Helier, in the 
Isle of Jersey, 18 No- 
vember 1795. M.L 
in Denston Church. 



Charlotte Clive of Oakley 
Park, CO. Salop ; died 20 
October, bur. at Moreton 
Say 29 October 1795. Will 
dated 11 December 1788 
and 24 July 179s, proved 
6 April "1796 (P.C.C. 168 
Harris). 



K 



Sir Watkin Williams- Wynn of Wynnstay, co. Denbigh, baronet ; born= 
25 October 1772; succeeded his father as 5th baronet 29 July 1789; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 15 October 1789; created D.C.L. 
4 July 1793; M.P. for Beaumaris 20 October 1794, and for co. Denbigh 
10 June 1796 until his death; Lord- Lieutenant for the counties of 
Denbigh and Merioneth ; died at Wynnstay 6 January, bur. at Ruabon, 
CO. Denbigh, 15 January 1840. 



'Henrietta Antonia, 
born 5 September 
1786 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 4 
February 1 8 1 7 ; died 
22 December 1835. 



As 



Elizabeth Clive, 
born 14 Novem- 
ber, bapt. 23 
December 1742 ; 
bur. 10 June 
1743- 



William Clive, born 29 August 1745 ; entered=f=Elizabeth Clive Rotton, dau. 



the Army as Cornet ist (Royal) Dragoons 
19 January 1764, Lieutenant 25 January 
1 771; M.I', for Bishop's Castle 21 March 
1768 to February 1820; executor to his aunt 
Anne Clive 4 May 1786, and to his mother 2O 
December 1771 ; died 23 June 1825. /f\ 



of John Rotton, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Benjamin Clive ; marr. at 
Moreton Say, co. Salop, 25 
August 1790. 



Lieut.-Colonel Lambert Theodore Walpole (grandson of=j=Margaret, born 15 August 1763; 
Horatio, Lord Walpole of Wolterton) ; born 28 December I marr. 1 1 April 1 788 ; died at Chelten- 
1757; killed in action, near Slievebury Mountain, co. | ham, co. Gloucester, 8 August 1 814. 
Wexford, in June i 798. ^ 



Elizabeth Clive, 
born 30 October 
1764. 



Lieut.-Colonel Robert Clive, born 30 August 1769; of Christ Church, 
O.Kford, matriculated 17 June 1786 ; Lieutenant 12th Dragoons 29 September 
1791 ; Captain (Lidependent Foot) 1793 ; Major iioth Foot 24 September 
1794 ; Lieut.-Colonel i January 1800; M.P. for Ludlow 10 October 1794 
to April 1807 ; died, aged 69, in St. James' Street, London, 28 July 1833. 



Hugh, Duke of Northumberland, K.G. ; born 20 April, bapt.= 
21 May 1785; of St. John's College, Cambridge, M.A. 1805; 
LL.D. 1809; M.P. for Buckingham i August 1806, for West- 
minster 7 October 1806, for Launceston 4 November 1806, and for 
Northumberland 19 May 1807 ; summoned to Parliament as I^ord 
Percy 12 March 1812; succeeded his father as 3rd Duke lo July 
181 7 ; Lord-Lieutenant and Vice- Admiral of Northumberland 181 7 ; 
created K.G. 25 November 1819 ; bearer of the second sword at the 
coronation of George IV. 19 July 182 1 ; Ambassador Extraordinary 
at the coronation of Charles X. of France 27 June 1827 ; 
P.C. 1825 ; Lord- Lieutenant of Ireland 1829 ; High Steward of 
Cambridge University 1834; Chancellor 1840; died at Alnwick 
Castle, CO. Northumberland, 11 February, bur. in Westminster Abbey 
23 February 1847. 



^Charlotte Florentia, born 
1 2 September 1787; marr. 
29 April 1817; Governess 
to the Princess (afterwards 
Queen Victoria) ; died 
at Mount Lebanon, in 
Twickenham, co. Middle- 
sex, 27 July, bur. in West- 
minster Abbey 3 August 
1866. 



Robert Henry Clive of Oakley Park,= 
CO. Salop; born 15 January, bapt. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 22 April 1789; M.P. for 
Ludlow 17 June 1818 to December 
1832, and for South Salop 24 De- 
cember 1832 until his death ; died 
at Shrewsbury in January 1854, bur. 
at Bromfield, co. Salop. Will dated 
24 January 1843, proved 5 May 1854 
(P.C.C. 347, 54). 



=Harriet, Baroness Windsor, dau. of Other Hickman, 
5th Earl of Plymouth, by the Hon'''' Sarah Archer his 
wife, dau. and coheir of Andrew, Lord Archer, and sister 
and coheir of Other Archer, 6th Earl and 12th Baron 
\Vindsor ; born 30 July, bapt. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, i September 1797; marr. there 19 
June 1819 ; the abeyance of the Barony of Windsor was 
terminated in her favour by patent 25 October 1855, 
when she took the name of Windsor before that of Clive 
by Licence dated 8 November ; died at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sussex, 9 November i86g. 



29 



Crisp. 

[Vol. 13, p. 115.] 




Family of Crisp. 

John Crispe of Marlesford, co.=f=Elizabeth Dowson, 



Suffolk, yeoman ; died, aged 76, 
16 August, bur. at Marlesford 
18 Augu.st 1736. M.I. Will 
dated 12 February i73|-, proved 
at Ipswich 5 November 1736 
(Arch: of Suffolk, 186 Leman). 



(y 



(^(vn. Qnff^ 



Signature to a Deed dated 27 
November 172J (for fac-st?ntle 
see " Family of Crispe," 
Vol. J v., facing page 6(f). 



died, aged 65, 30 
October, bur. at 
Marlesford 3 No- 
vember 1726. M.I. 



Thomas Crispe of Clopton, co. Suffolk, and=|=.'\nne Chapman, married at Marlesford 17 
afterwards of Marlesford; executor to his father ' October 1751 ; died, aged 73, 11 April, bur. 
6 November 1736; died, aged 83, 10 June, at Marlesford 15 April 1775. M.I. 
bur. at Marlesford 13 June 1784. M.I. ! 



Samuel Crisp of Sternfield,^ 
and afterwards of Chillesford, 
both CO. Suffolk ; e.xecutor to 
his father 6 November 1736; 
died, aged 76, 27 February, 
bur. at Chillesford 28 Feb- 
ruary 1784. M.I. Will dated 
3 March 1783, proved at 
Norwich 19 April 1784 (Cons: 
Court of Norwich). 



=Sarah Yorke, dau. of Nathaniel Yorke of 
Grundisbuigh, co. Suffolk, by his wife, 
Sarah Clarke of Barham, co. Suffolk ; 
bapt. at Barham 22 February i7if ; marr. 
at Grundisburgh 14 September 1732; died, 
aged 82, 17 April, bur. at Chillesford 22 
April 1795. M.I. 

{For descent of Sarah Yorke frotn 
Edward III. see " Family of 
Crispe," New Series, Vol. I., 
pages gg and 106.) 



Other issue men- 
tioned, but not 
named in the will 
of John Crispe 
12 February 173I. 



Cornelius Bedingfield= 
of Redenhall, co. 
Norfolk ; died, aged 
74, 27 September, 
bur. at Chillesford 
2 October 1807. M.I. 



=Sarah, bapt. at 
Marlesford 1 5 
July 1733; died, 
aged 68, 1 July, 
bur.at Chillesford 
5 July 1799. M.I. 



John Crisp of Westerfield, 
CO. Suffolk, farmer; bapt. at 
Sternfield 20 May 1735; 
died, aged 70, 2 August, 
bur. at Chillesford 7 August 
1805. M.I. Will dated 
12 January 1802, proved at 
Ipswich 22 November 1805 
(Arch: of Suffolk). /^ 



=Elizabeth, died, aged 
81, 15 September, 
bur. at Chillesford 
21 September 1819. 
M.I. Administration 
granted 10 November 
1820 (Arch : of 
Suffolk). 



Samuel Crisp of Great Glemham, co. Suffolk, farmer; bapt. at Sternfield 2 June 1736; died, 
aged 49, 16 February, bur. at Chillesford 21 February 1786. M.I. Will dated 21 April 
and 22 November 1785, proved at Ipswich 16 March 1786. 



30 



Daniel Trusson of TunstalI,=Susannah, bapt. at SternfieId,=j=Richard Wilkinson of Frosten- 



farmer ; marriage licence dated co. Suffolk, 14 December 

4 October 1759. Will dated 1737; died, aged 73, 28 

2 November 1763, proved 2 May, bur. at Chillesford, 

April 1769, by Susannah co. Suffolk, 4 June 18 10. 

Trusson. ist husband. M.I. 



A 



den, CO. Suffolk, afterwards of 
Marlesford, co. Suffolk ; died, 
aged 78, 22 July, bur. at 
Chillesford 28 July 1815. 
2nd husband. 



Thomas Crisp of Melton, and afterwards of= 
Rendlesham, both co. Suffolk, farmer; executor 
to his brother Samuel 16 March 1786; died, 
aged 86, 27 January, bur. at Chillesford 
I February 1823. M.I. Will dated 27 Oc- 
tober 1817, proved at Ipswich 18 June 1823 
(Arch: of Suffolk). Memorial Ring inscribed : 
"m"^ tho* crisp obt. 27'^" jan"^^ 1823, ^T. 86," 
also Portrait, both in the possession of his 
great-grandson^ Frederick Arthur Crisp, at 
The Manor House, Godalming. /t\ 



"Anna Edwards, dau. of John Edwards of 
Dennington, co. Suffolk, by Anna his wife, 
dau. of John Grinling of Laxfield, co. Suffolk 
{see Vol. III., page Sf) ; born i August, 
bapt. at Dennington 28 August 1744; marr. 
there 27 January 1779, marriage licence 
(Ipswich) dated 26 January ; died, aged 66, 
21 January, bur. at Chillesford 24 January 
1 8 ri . Silhouette in the possession of 
Frederick Arthur Crisp. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XIII., page IIS.) 



Edmund Plant of=j=Hannah, marriage 



Great Glemham, co. 
Suffolk, farmer; bapt. 
at Great Glemham 
1 1 April 1743; died, 
aged 76, 1 1 January 
1820, bur. at Great 
Glemham. M.I. 



licence (Ipswich) 
dated 12 Novem- 
ber 1765 ; died, 
aged 84, bur. at 
Great Glemham 8 
December 1824. 



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John Heffer of Great Glemham= 

and Stratford St. Andrew, co. 
Suffolk ; died, aged 56, 20 Oc- 
tober 18 10, bur. at Hacheston, 
CO. Suffolk. Will dated 19 May 
1795, proved 10 April 1813 
(Arch : of Suffolk). 



=Elizabeth, married 
at Great Glemham 
24 May 1778; 
died, aged 66, 14 
March 18 13, bur. 
at Hacheston. 



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Daniel Manihorpe of Ufford,^ 
CO. Suffolk ; born 10 January 
i7jff; died, aged 61, 27 
l^eceniber 18 10, bur. at 
Ufford. He married 2ndly 
Sarah Reeve. /\ 



=Mary, marr. at Chillesford 
31 August 1773; died, 
aged 28, 29 May 1777, 
bur. at Ufford. 



Robert Crisp of Chillesford; execu- 
tor to his brother Samuel 16 March 
1786 ; died, aged 64, 22 May 1818, 
bur. at Chillesford. M.I. Will 
dated 15 May i8t8, proved 2 June 
1818 (P.C.C. 266 Creswell). 



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Fisher. 

[Vol. 13, p. 147.] 



Pedigree of Fisher. 



Rev. John Fisher, Rector of Calbourne, Isle of Wight (? son of^ 
the Rev. John I'isher, Rector of Milton, co. Berks, by Mary 
his wife; bapt. at Milton 29 December 1713; matriculated from 
Trinity College, Oxford, 7 December 1732, aged 19; Demy of 
Magdalen 1735; B.A. 1736; M.A. 1739; resigned on marriage 
10 February 174I); Vicar of Peterborough 14 January 174I; 
Prebendary of Salisbury 31 July 1759; Rector of Calbourne 
1766; died, aged 74, 4 December, bur. at Calbourne g December 
1787. M.I. Will dated 5 August 1786, proved 17 January 1788, 
by the Rev. John Fisher, son (P.C.C. 17 Calvert). 



=Elizabeth Laurens, dau. and 
coheir of Benjamin Laurens, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Samuel Bulteel ; died, 
aged 83, at Hampton, co. 
Middlesex, in October 1806. 
Will dated 13 November 
1799, proved 8 October 1806, 
by the Rev. Philip Fisher, 
D.D., son (P.C.C. 778 Pitt). 



Rt. Rev. John Fisher, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury ; born at= 
Hampton; educated at Peterborough, St. Paul's School (admitted 
25 February 1763, aged 14) and Peterhouse, Cambridge 
(admitted 9 May 1765); Scholar 1767 ; B.A. (loth Wrangler) 1770; 
M.A. and Fellow of St. John's 1773; B.D. 1780; D.D. 1789; 
Tutor to Prince Edward (Duke of Kent) 1780-85 ; Chaplain to 
tlie King 1781 ; Canon of Windsor 14 July 1786 ; Vicar of Stowey, 
CO. Somerset, 1793; Bishop of Exeter, consecrated 16 July 1803, 
translated to Salisbury 30 May 1807 ; Tutor to the Princess Charlotte 
1805 ; F.R.S. 1819; Chancellor of the Order of the Garter; died, 
aged 76, in Seymour Street, London, 8 May 1825, bur. at Windsor. 
{See ''Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. XIX., page 64.) 



=Dorothea Scrivener, only 
dau. and heir of John 
Freston - Scrivener of 
Sibton Abbey, co. Suf- 
folk, by Dorothea his 
wife, dau. of Roger 
Howman of Norwich, 
M. I). ; marr. at Exmouth, 
CO. Devon, 6 September 
1787 ; died, aged 69, 
5 September 1831. 



Edward Fisher, John Frederick Pike-Scrivener of Sibton==Dorothea, married at Charter- 
born 3 Novem- Abbey; assumed the additional name house, London, 9 April 1839; 
ber 1789; died of Scrivener by Royal Licence dated died, aged 93, at Sibton Abbey 
in 1836. 9 April 1839; died at Theberton Hall, in March 1889. 

CO. Suffolk, 2 October 1866. 



John Campbell Mirehouse of Brownslade and Angle, co.=j=Elizabeth, bapt. at Hartley, 

Pembroke, Common-Serjeant of London ; born at Brownslade 

26 June 1789, bapt. at Castle Martin, co. Pembroke, the same 

day ; educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 

B.A. 1812; M.A. 181 7; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 15 September 

1809; called to the Bar 13 May 1817 ; a Common Pleader of 

the City of London 1823 ; Common-Serjeant August 1833 ; J. P. 

and D.L. for the counties of Pembroke and Middlesex ; died, 

aged 61, at Brownslade 18 February, bur. at Angle 25 February 

1850. Will dated i November 1844, proved 6 April 1850 

(P.C.C.) Author of a work on "Advowsons and the Law of 

Tithes." /K 

{For issue see Pedigree of Mirehouse, " Visitation of England and IVales," 

Vol. in., page IS3-) 



CO. Hants, 4 September 
1800; marr. at Salisbury 
Cathedral 16 October 1823; 
died in London 6 De- 
cember, bur. at Angle 1 1 
December 18S0. Will dated 
12 January 1867 and 6 
November 1875, proved 
31 December 1S80 (Prin. 
Reg., 965, 80). 



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Rev. Philip Fisher, U.D., Master of Charterhouse; bapt. at St. John-= 
the-Baptist's, Peterborough, co. Northampton, 7 December 1750; 
admitted Foundation Scholar of Charterhouse 7 May 1764; of 
University College, Oxford, matriculated 23 April 1766 ; B.A. 1770; 
M..\. 1772; Fellow and B.D. 1780; D.D. (Lambeth); Rector of 
West Deeping, co. Lincoln, and of Elton, co. Huntingdon, 1787 ; of 
^Vhaplode, co. Lincoln, 9 November 1801 ; Master of Charterhouse 
30 November 1804; Canon of Exeter 24 August 1805; Prebendary 
of Salisbury 21 February 1810, Precentor 29 March 1819; Canon of 
Norwich 1814 ; died at Kingston, co. Surrey, 19 January, bur. at 
Charterhouse 27 January 1842. M.L (See "Alumni Carthusiani" 
page 138.) 



=Mary Roberts, daughter 
of David Roberts of 
Brentford, co. Middle- 
sex ; marr. at Ealing, 
CO. Middlesex, 24 July 
1787 ; died, aged 80, at 
Kingston 9 May, bur. 
at Charterhouse 15 May 
1841. M.L 



Ven'''' John Fisher, Archdeacon of Berks ; born at Brentford 30 May,= 
bapt. at Ealing 24 June 1788; admitted a Foundation Scholar of 
Charterhouse 10 May 1802 ; of Christ's College, Cambridge, admitted 
9 June 1806, Scholar 5 March 1807; B.A. 1810; M.A. 1813; 
Prebendary of Salisbury 20 June 1812, and Rector of Idmiston, co. 
Wilts; of Winfrith Newburgh, co. Dorset, 8 December 1816; Arch- 
deacon of Berks 6 December 1817; Canon of Salisbury 31 March 
1819; Vicar of Gillingham, co. Dorset, 9 April 1819; died at Boulogne, 
in France, 24 August 1832. {See '■'■Alumni Carthusiani" page i8g.) 



=Mary Cookson, dau. 
of the Rev. William 
Cookson, D.D., Canon 
of Windsor, by Dorothy 
Cooper his wife ; marr. 
3 July 1816 ; died, 
aged 67, at Dorchester 
24 February 1856. 



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Mary Harley Rev. Philip Scott Fisher, Vicar of Hurstborne 
Fisher, died at Tarrant, co. Hants ; bapt. at Elton 8 March 1794 ; 
Whitley Ridge, admitted a Foundation Scholar of Charterhouse 
Brockenhurst, 20 March 1S05 ; of University College, Oxford, 
CO. Hants, on matriculated 22 March 1811 ; B.A. 1815 ; M.A. 
Tuesday, 11 1S17 ; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 18 January 
April 1 87 1. 1812 ; Vicar of Hurstborne Tarrant and of Burbage, 

CO. Wilts, 16 February 1818 ; died in February 1841. 

{See '■^Alinnni Carihusiatii" page ig2.) 



Frances Fisher, died at 
Canbury Lodge, Kingston- 
on-Thames, CO. Surrey, 
22 August 1864. 



Jane Fisher, died at 
Whitley Ridge, Brocken- 
hurst, 13 October 1877. 



Elizabeth Cookson, =j=Rev. \Villiam F'isher, Canon of= 



dau. of the Rev. 
William Cookson, 
D. D., Canon of 
Windsor, by Doro- 
thy Cooper his wife ; 
marr. 3 July 1816; 
died at Poulshot, 
CO. Wilts, T9 No- 
vember, bur. there 
26 November 1852. 
I St wife. /K 



Salisbury; bapt. at Elton 20 March 
1799; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 8 April 181 5, B.A. 
1819; M.A. 1821 ; Rector of 
Poulshot I February 1823; Canon 
of Salisbury 1834 ; died at 
Poulshot on Tuesday, 9 June, 
bur. there 15 June 1874. Will 
dated 28 February 1866, proved 
at Salisbury lo July 1874. 



=Mary Sullivan Dalton, 3rd dau. of 
John Dalton of Sleningford Park, 
CO. York, and of Fillingham Castle, 
CO. Lincoln ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 18 No- 
vember 1862 ; died at Poulshot 
24 October 1891. Will dated 5 
September 1891, proved at Salisbury 
19 December 1891. She married 
istly Charles Preston. 2nd wife. 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIII., page 14J.) 



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Major-General Benjamin Fisher, R.E. : bapt. at St. John-the-Baptist's,= 
Peterborough, co. Northampton, ii March 1752; entered the Royal 
Engineers as Ensign and Practitioner Engineer i April 1771 ; Lieutenant 
1776; Captain 1785; Major 1795; Lieut. -Colonel 1797; Colonel 1805; 
Major-General 4 June 181 1 ; died at Portsmouth, co. Hants, 29 September 
1814. 



^Charlotte Clarke, 
died at Wycombe, 
CO. Buckingham, 
«><:« October 1833. 



Sir John Conroy, Baronet, K.C.H., D.C.L., R.A. ; born at Caerhyn, co. Camar-=j=Elizabeth, marr. 
von, 21 October 1786 ; Lieutenant Royal Artillery 12 September 1803 ; Captain 26 December 
13 March 1811, retired 17 June 1822 ; principal equerry and private secretary 1808 ; died at 
to H.R.H. the Duchess of Kent; K.C.H. and knighted 17 August 1827; Reading, co. 
D.C.L. (Oxford) 8 November 1832; created a baronet 7 July 1837; Berks, 9 April 
Grand Cross of the Ernestine (Saxony) and St. Bento D'Avis (Portugal) 1864. 
Orders ; Knight of the Tower and Sword ; died at Arborfield, co. Berks, 
2 March 1854. /j\ 



Thomas Fisher of Peterborough ; 
bapt. at St. John-the-Baptist's, 
Peterborough, 11 July 1753; 
died, aged 54, in September 
1807. _ 

James Fisher, bapt. at St. John- 
the-Baptist's, Peterborough, 25 
May 1755 ; died young. 



Ven'''' Jonathan Parker Fisher, D.D., Archdeacon of 
Barnstaple; bapt. at St. John-the-Baptist's, Peterborough, 
28 September 1757; admitted a Foundation Scliolar of 
Charterhouse 30 September 1767; of University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 17 May 1774; B.A. 1778; M.A. 
1780; B.D. 1802; D.D. 1807; Archdeacon of Barnstaple 
16 August and Rector of Farringdon, co. Devon, 4 Sep- 
tember 1805; Vicar of Rockbeare, co. Devon, 22 November 
1805; Canon of Exeter 20 March 1807 ; died at Farringdon 
1 August 1838. {See '■^Alumni Carthusiani" page J43.) 



Richard Bernard Fisher, =j=Elizabeth, 
bapt. at St. John-the- died at 
Baptist's, Peterborough, Salisbury, 
24 August 1760 ; CO. Wilts, 
Steward of St. Mary 9 October 
Magdalen College, Ox- j 1828. 
ford, formerly Paymaster 
ist Battalion 60th Foot; 
died at Guernsey circa 
December 1822. 

A 



Mary Ingram. = 
I St wife. 



=Samuel Fisher, M.D., of= 
Johnstone Street, Bath, 
CO. Somerset ; bapt. at 
St. John-the-Baptist's, 
Peterborough, 6 August 
1763; died, aged 84, 
at Bath, 5 November 
1846. Will dated i 
May 1825 to 22 April 
1846, proved 10 March 
1847 (P.C.C. 219, 47). 



=Harriet Pitts 
Gapper, execu- 
trix to her 
husband 10 
March 1847 ; 
died, aged 83, 
at Bath 23 
RLirch 1849. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. George Ingram Fisher, of Worcester College, Oxford,= 
matriculated 29 April 1 814, aged 17; B.A. 1819; M.A. 
1820; Rector of Winfrith Newburgh, co. Dorset, 5 Oc- 
tober 1820 ; Perpetual Curate of Ebbesborn Wake, 
CO. Wilts, 1823; Sub-Chanter in Salisbury Cathedral 12 
November 1823; Vicar of Abbots Kerswell, co. Devon, 
1851 ; executor to his father 10 March 1847 ; died, 
aged 67, at Bennett Street, Bath, 19 November 1863. 
Will dated 10 July i860, proved at Bristol 14 January 
1864. 

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=Elizabeth Philip Manly Fisher, 
Pendrill. born 3 May 1803, 
bapt. at St. Edmund's, 
Salisbury, 15 July 1805 ; 
admitted a Foundation 
Scholar of Charterhouse 
29 June 1814 ; died 
3 June 181 7. {See 
" Alumni Carthusiani" 
page 204.) 



I 

Major-General Sir George Bulteel Fisher, K.C.H.; bapt. at= 
St. John-the-Baptist's, Peterborougli, co. Northampton, 6 April 
1764; entered the Royal Artillery as and Lieutenant i July 
1782; 1st Lieutenant 1790; Captain Lieutenant 1795; Captain 
1801; Major 1806; Lieut.-Colonel 1808; Colonel (Brevet) 1814; 
Major-General 27 March 1825; K.C.H. and knighted 21 
September 183 1 ; died, aged 69, at the Arsenal, \Voolvvich, 
8 March, bur. 15 March 1834. 



^Elizabeth Rawlings, dau. of 
Thomas Rawlings of White 
U'altham, co. Berks; marr. 17 
March 1814; died, aged 89, 
at Old Charlton, co. Kent, 
27 September i860, bur. at 
Charlton. M.L 



William Strahan of Ashurst, co. Surrey (son of Robert Snow'=f=Elizabeth Anne Dorothea, marr. 
and Margaret Strahan his wife); born 21 August 1807; 
High Sheriff of co. Surrey 1844; took name of Strahan by 
Royal Licence dated 24 September 1831 ; died, aged 79, 
at Perugia, Italy, 2 July 1886. 



at Charterhouse, London, 9 
February 1837; died, aged 70, 
at Villa Santa Margherita, 
Florehce, Italy, 11 January 1887. 



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Very Rev. James Henry Cotton, Dean of Bangor (2nd son=Mary Laurens, 
of the Very Rev. George Cotton, LL.D., Dean of Chester); marr. atSt. Mary- 
born at the Deanery, Chester, 8 February 1781 ; educated lebone.London, 
at Chester and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 6 June 1826; 
pensioner 19 June 1797; LL.B. 1804; Precentor of died at Bangor 
Bangor 31 March 1809; Rector of Derwen, co. Denbigh, 27 Januaryi829, 
9 January, and Vicar of Bangor i October 1810; Rector 2nd wife, 
of Llandyfrydog, co. Anglesey, 10 December 181 4, and 
of Llanllechid, co. Carnarvon, 23 March 1821; Dean of 
Bangor 31 March 1838; died at the Deanery, Bangor, 
28 May, bur. in the churchyard of Bangor Cathedral 4 June 
1862. Will dated 6 February 1862, proved at Bangor 
8 September 1862. He married istly Mary Ann, dau. of 
the Rt. Rev. Henry William Majendie, D.D.,. Bishop of 
Bangor. (See Pedigree of Cotton, Vol. p, page 8j.) 



Elizabeth Parish 
Fisher, died, aged 
14, circa July 
1814. 



Lieut.-Colonel William= 
Haverfield, entered the 
Army as Ensign 43rd 
Foot 25 July 1805 ; 
Lieutenant 1806; Cap- 
tain 1808; Major 18 14; 
Lieut.-Colonel 29 Au- 
gust 1822 ; married 9 
June 1825 ; died at 
Bath, CO. Somerest, in 
June 1830. I St husband. 



=Anne Hawes, exerutrix= 
to her husband 8 Sep- 
tember 1882; died at 
7 Lansdowne Place, 
Cheltenham, co. Glou- 
cester, 19 November 
1 89 1. Will proved i 
January 1892 (Prin. 
Reg., 82, 92). 



=Colonel Francis Wigston, entered the Army 
as Ensign i8th (Royal Irish) Foot 16 March 
1826; Lieutenant 1832; Captain 1839; 
Major 1842; Lieut.-Colonel 1853; Colonel 
I IDecember 1854; served in the China 
Expedition of 1841-42 (medal, brevet of 
Major), and in Burniah 1852-53; com- 
manded the Right Wing at Toon, and was 
severely wounded in the capture of Meah 
Toon last position 19 May 1853 (brevet of 
Lieut.-Colonel); marr. at Winfrith Newburgh, 
CO. Dorset, 22 May 1839; died at i6 Lans- 
downe Crescent, Cheltenham, 18 August 1882. 
Will proved at Gloucester 8 September 1882. 
2nd husband. 



35 



Spedding. 

[Vol. 13, p. I S3-] 




Pedigree of Spedding. 



Edward Spedding of= 
Whitehaven, co. Cum- 
berland ; bur. at St. 
Bees, CO. Cumberland, 
21 January i7o|. 
Administration granted 
2 1 February 170 J 
(Arch: of Richmond). 



=Sara Carlisle, dau. and coheir of 
Lancelot Carlisle of Cairns, co. Edin- 
burgh, and Barbara Johnstone his 
wife ; administratrix to her husband 
21 February lyof ; died 29 September 
1 7 1 6. Portrait in the possession of 
Mrs. Walker of Cro7mvell Road, 
London. 



John Spedding of White-=f=Ann Richardson, 



haven ; born at White- 
haven 14 June 16S5 ; 
administrator to his 
brother 4 August 1712 ; 
died 12 September 1758. 
Administration granted 
28 March 1759 (Arch: 
of Richmond). 



of Byerstead. 



Mary, born at 
Whitehaven 22 
September 1686 ; 
married Henry 
Curwen. 



John Spedding, Jane Walker; marr. at^Lowther Spedding 

bapt. at Holy Harrington, co. Cum- Whitehaven ; bapt. 

Trinity, White- berland, 23 April 1739; 

haven, 12 May, bur. at St. Nicholas', 

bur. there 29 Whitehaven, 11 April 

May 1716. 1741. 1st wife. 



Holy Trinity, Whitehaven, 
28 April 1718 ; bur. there 
3 April 1746. Adminis- 
tration granted i May 1746 
(Arch : of Richmond). 



of=j=Christian Crakeplace; 
at administratrix to her 

husband i May 1746. 

2nd wife. 



I 
John Spedding, 

bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, White- 
haven, I Jan- 
uary 174I, bur. 
there 3 April 
following. 



Anthony Benn of Hensingham= 
House, CO. Cumberland ; High 
Sheriff of co. Cumberland 1744. 
He married 2ndly Mary Waters, 
widow of Henry Littledale. 



=Margaret, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, 
Whitehaven, 3 
March 1744. 



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Lowther Spedding, 
bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, White- 

haven, 19 October 
1745, bur. there 31 
October following. 



James Spedding of Armathwaite Hall, co. Cumberland ;=j=Susannah Irton of Threlkeld Hall, 



bapt. at Whitehaven 2 October 1719; died at Arma- 
thwaite Hall 19 March i7sf. Will dated 25 October 
1758, proved at York 26 January 1760. 



CO. Cumberland ; married at 
Bassenthwaite, co. Cumberland, 27 
August 1744. 



A 



36 



George Spedding, born 23 March 
i68g. Administration granted 4 
August 171 2 (Arch: of Richmond). 



Lancelot Spedding of Whitehaven, co. Cum-= 
berland ; born 23 November 1689; bur. at 
Holy Trinity, Whitehaven, 28 September 1754. 



=Mary. 



Ann, bapt. at Holy 

Trinitj', Whitehaven, 
22 April 1720. 



Mary, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Whitehaven, 
26 December 1721. 



John Spedding, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Whitehaven, 1 7 December 
1725 ; bur. there 17 January 172^. 



Elizabeth.=i=Henry Spedding of College Green, Dublin ;=f=Lucy Fitzgerald, died 30 March 1773, 



I St wife. 



born at Whitehaven in 1720; died at 
Kilcullen, co. Kildare, 29 March, bur. at 
St. Andrew's, Dublin, 2 May 1759. 



Anne Spedding, bur. at St. Andrew's, 
Dublin, 20 August 1746. 



buried at St. Andrew's, Dublin. 
Administration granted 12 May 1773. 
2nd wife. 



J^^ ijj^cin^ 



Rev. Christopher Adamson, LT^.D. ;=Janc, marriage 
Scholar of Trinity College, Dublin, settlements dated 
1765, B.A. 1767; M.A. 1772; 31 August 1767; 
LL.B. and LL.D. 1778; Curate of administratrix to 
St. Mark's, Dublin, 1772-97. her mother 12 

May 1773. 



John McCabe of=f=Mary Anne, marr. 



Dublin, Deputy 
Registrar. 



at St. Andrew's, 
Dublin, 29 Sep- 
tember 177O1 
marriage licence 
(Dublin) 



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Mary Livesey,= 
dau. of Henry 
Livesey of 
Ballyphilip, co. 
Wicklow;marr. 
at Newcastle, 
CO. Wicklow, 
16 March 1784 
(marriage li- 
cence, Dublin); 
bur. at New- 
castle 24 Oc- 
tober 1787. 
I St wife. 



^Demoivre Spedding of Ballyna-= 
mudagh, Windgates, co. Wicklow, 
M.D. ; Surgeon Royal Navy; as 
Surgeon to the " Resolution " 
took part in Lord Rodney's 
victory of 12 April 1782 over the 
Comte de Grasse ; died at Bally- 
namudagh, aged 58, bur. at 
St. Paul'.s, Bray, co. Wicklow, 
16 July 1809. 



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sWilhelmina Charlotta Deey, dau. of Robert 
Deey of Grottoville, Naas, co. Kildare, 
Attorney-at-Law, by Jane his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. William Folds, Rector of Ardee, 
CO. Louth ; born 7 April, bapt. at St. 
Bridget's, Dublin, 16 May 1762; marr. 
at St. Thomas', Dublin, 4 August 1792 
(marriage licence, Dublin) ; died at Bally- 
namudagh, bur. at St. Paul's, Bray, 2 June 
1S50. 2nd wife. 



,=.i^. ' ^'^y'^c^Q^-J- 




A 



{For issue see " Visitation of Ireland" Vol. V., page 41, and 
" Visitation of England and Wales," Vol. XIII., page 153.) 



Newtown Spedding, bur. 
at St. Andrew's, Dublin, 
5 January 1758. 



Archimade Spedding, bur. 
at St. Andrew's, Dublin, 
I February 1759. 



Henry Spedding, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Dublin, 20 September 1759 ; died 
young. 



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I 

Elizabeth Spedding, 
born at Whitehaven, 
CO. Cumberland, 20 
November 1693 ; 
died 16 July, bur. 
at St. Bees, co. 
Cumberland, 17 July 
169S. 



Carlisle Spedding of Whitehaven ;= 
born at Whitehaven 10 Septem- 
ber 1695 ; killed by an explosion 
of firedamp 8 August 1755, bur. 
at Holy Trinity, Whitehaven. 
M.I. Portrait in the possession 
of Mrs. Walker of Cromwell 
Road, London. 



=Sarah Towerson, dau. of Edward and 
Jane Towerson, born 30 April, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', Whitehaven, 6 May 
1696; marr. at Holy Trinity, White- 
haven, 24 April 1716 ; died 10 July 
177 1, bur. at Holy Trinity, White- 
haven. M.I. Portrait in the posses- 
sion of Airs. Walker of Cromwell 
Road, London. 



William Brownrigg of Ormathwaite, in Bassenthwaite,^Mary, bapt. at White- 

co. Cumberland, M.D. ; F. R.S. ; born at Highclose haven 21 March 

Hall, CO. Cumberland, 24 March 171^; M.D. of 

Leyden 1737 ; F.R.S. (Copley medal) 1741 ; died at 

Ormathwaite 26 January 1800, bur. at Crosthwaite, 

CO. Cumberland. M.I. Author of " On the Art of 

making Common Salt" (1748), and other scientific 

works. 



172°; administratrix 
to her father 28 March 
1759 ; died 17 Feb- 
ruary 1794, bur. at 
Crosthwaite. M.I. 



Sarah Spedding, 
bapt. at White- 
haven 22 May 
1724 ; bur. there 
18 May 1725. 



Spedding. 

[Vol. 13, p. 153.] 




Grant of Anns to Jo/in Carlisle 
Deey Spedding, igo8. 



TO ALL and SINGULAR, Noblemen as 
well as Gentlemen, to whom these Presents 
shall come, I, Captain Nevil Rodwell Wilkinson, 
F.S.A., Ulster King of Arms and Principal 
Herald of All Ireland, Registrar of the Most 
Illustrious Order of Saint Patrick, Send Greeting. 

Whereas application hath been matle unto 
me by John Carlisle Deey Spedding, Esquire, 
a Captain in His Majesty's Army, and formerly 
of the First Battalion of the Border Regiment, 
setting forth that he is the fourth but second 
surviving son of Robert Deey Spedding, Esquire, 
deceased, of the Bengal Civil Service, Master of 
Arts of the Royal University of Ireland, and 
Justice of the Peace for the North West Provinces 
of India, and so forth, unto whom and whose 
descendants and the other descendants of his 
ftither, the Reverend William Spedding, Clerk in 
Holy Orders, Master of Arts of the University of 
Dublin, and late Rector of Killcncoole in the 
County of Louth, certain Armorial Ensigns were duly confirmed and recorded 
in my Office, and hath made it clearly appear unto me that Henry Spedding, of 



Dublin, gentleman, the grandfather of the said Reverend William Spedding was Speddinff. 

the son of John Spedding, who was the eldest son of Edward Spedding of ryol n p isil 

AVhitehaven, in the County of Cumberland, gentleman, and brother of Carlisle 

Spedding, of Whitehaven, gentleman, unto whose descendants certain Armorial 

Ensigns were duly granted and conlirmed and recorded in the College of Arms 

in England, and he hath therefore prayed that the same Arms may be duly 

confirmed unto him and his descendants and the other descendants of his 

grandfather the said Reverend William Spedding, and that the same may be 

registered and recorded in the Office of Ulster King of Arms in Ireland, instead 

of the Arras formerly confirmed and recorded therein, to the end that the 

Officers of Arms there and all others upon occasion may take full notice and 

have knowledge thereof, and Whereas, James Wyndham Harrington Percy 

Spedding, Esquire, of Summergrove, Whitehaven, in the County of Cumberland, 

hath expressed unto me his desire that the said Arms should be so confirmed 

and that the application for such has his full approval and consent, KNOW YE 

THEREFORE that I, the said Ulster King of Arms, having taken the request 

of the said applicant into consideration, and having examined into the 

circumstances, am pleased to comply therewith, and by virtue of the power unto 

me given by His Majesty's Royal Letters Patent under the Great Seal of that 

part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, called Ireland, and 

by the authority of the same, and by and with the consent of the said James 

Wyndham Harrington Percy Spedding, have ratified and confirmed, and by these 

Presents do exemplify, ratify, and confirm, unto the said John Carlisle Deey 

Spedding, Esquire, and his descendants, and the other descendants of his 

grandfather the said Reverend William Spedding, the ARMS following, that is 

to say : — Gules, on a fesse engrailed, between three acorns slipped or, a mural 

crown between two roses of the field, for CREST, out of a mural crown or, a 

dexter arm embowed in armour, the hand grasping a scymitar, the arm charged 

with three acorns one and two, and entwined by a branch of oak fructed all 

proper, and for MOTTO " Utile duici," the whole as is more clearly above 

depicted, to be borne and used hereafter, instead of the Arms formerly confirmed, 

by him the said John Carlisle Deey Spedding, Esquire, and his descendants, 

and the other descendants of his grandfather the said Reverend William Spedding, 

for ever, with their due and proper differences according to the laws of Arms, 

without the let, hinderance, molestation, or interruption of any person or persons 

whatsoever. 

IN WITNESS Whereof I subscribe these Presents with my Name and 
Title, and affix hereunto the seal of my Office, this twenty- sixth day of August, 
in the Eighth Year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord, EDWARD the 
Seventh, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and 
Ireland, and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, King, Defender of the 
Faith, and so forth, and in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Eight. 

Nevii.k R. Wilkinson, 

Ulster King of Arms of All Ireland. 

From the original Grant in the possession of Captain 
John Carlisle Deey Spedding. 



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Shuttleworth. 

[Vol. 13, p. 166.] 



Pedigree of SJiuttleivorth. 



Hugh Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe, co. Lancaster, =f=Anne Grimshaw, dau. of Thomas Grimshaw of Clayton, 



gent (son and heir of Nicholas Shuttleworth of 
Gawthorpe, by Helen his wife, dau. of Christopher 
Parker of Radholni Park, co. York) ; born in 
1504; bur. at Padiham, co. Lancaster, 26 
December 1596. 



CO. Lancaster, esquire, by Margaret his wife, dau. of 
John Stanley of Lathom, co. Lancaster; marr. at 
Whalley, co. Lancaster, 26 October 1540; bur. at 
Padiham 23 January 158^. 



Sir Richard Shuttleworth of= 
Gawthorpe, knight, Chief 
Justice of Chester ; bapt. at 
Whalley 9 November 1542 ; 
of Gray's Inn, admitted 
1 561; Serjeant-at-Law 4 July 
1584; Judge of Chester 
1589 ; purchased the Manor 
of Forcett, co. York, 1 1 April 
1582 ; died at Smithells, co. 
Lancaster, 4 November 1599. 
Will dated 18 October 1599, 
administration granted 28 
February i6o| (P.C.C. 113 
Windebank). 



=Margery Legh, dau. of 
Sir Peter Legh of Lyme, 
CO. Chester, knight, by 
Margaret his wife, dau. 
of Sir Thomas Gerard 
of Bryn, co. Lancaster, 
knight {see Vol. VIII., 
page 18^) ; died in 
April 1592. Adminis- 
tration granted at York 
31 May 1592. She 
married istly Robert 
Barton of Smithells. 



Rev. Laurence Shuttleworth, Rector of Which- 
ford, CO. Warwick, B.D. ; born in 1545 ; of 
University College, O.xford, B.A. 1574; M.A. 
1575; B.C.L. 1578; B.D. is8|; Rector of 
Kirklinton, CO. Cumberland, 1572; of Whichford 
30 November 1582; laid the foundation stone 
of Gawthorpe Hall 26 August 1600; died 18 
February, bur. at Whichford 22 February i6o|. 
Will dated 22 January 160J, proved 28 Feb- 
ruary i6og^ (P.C.C. 113 Windebank). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Blackburn 13 September 1608 (Lane: 
Vol. 19, fo. 32). Portrait at age of JJ, at 
Gaivthorpe Hall., in the possession of Lord 
Shuttle7vorth. 



Thomas Shuttleworth=f=Ann Lever, dau. of Richard Lever of Eleanor, marr. at Jane Shuttleworth, 



of Bolton-le-Moors, 
CO. Lancaster, gent ; 
bur. in the chancel of 
Bolton Church 14 
December 1593. 



Little Lever, co. Lancaster; married in 
September 1586 ; died, aged 68, bur. 
at Forcett, co. York, 12 May 1637. 
M.L She married 2ndly John Wood- 
ruff of Bank Top, in Burnley, co. 
Lancaster; and 3rdly . . . Underbill. 



Padiham 14 April 
1574, Christopher 
Nowell of Little 
Mearley, co. Lan- 
caster. 



mentioned in the 
will of her brother 
Sir Richard 18 
October 1599. 



Isabel Woodruff,= 
dau. of John 
Woodruff of Bank 
Top, in Burnley; 
bapt. at Burnley 
2 October 1583 ; 
marr. in infancy 
before 1 8 October 
1599. I St wife. 



=Richard Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe, = 
esquire ; of Brasenose College, O.xford, 
matriculated 14 June 1605, aged 18; of 
Gray's Inn, admitted 7 June 1605; aged 25 
and 5 months 18 February 160^; High 
Sheriff for co. Lancaster 1618 and 1638; 
NLP. for Preston 13 April 1640 to De- 
cember 1648, and 1654, 1656 and 1659 ; 
administrator to his uncle. Sir Richard, and 
executor to his uncle, the Rev. Laurence, 
28 February i6o|-; died, aged 82, in June 
1669. Will dated 11 June 1668, proved 
at York 24 March 167^ (Vol. 51, fo. 39). 
Portrait (? by Co?-)ielius Jansen), and 
another, as a young man with a sword, 
at Gawthorpe ; a replica of the latter, in 
the possession of Mrs. Charles Ughtred 
Shuttleworth, at CoUyers, Petersfield. 



=Fleetwood Barton, dau.=j=Judith Thorpe, 



and heir of Richard 
Barton of Barton, in 
Aniounderness, co. 
Lancaster, esquire ; 
born 19 June 1595. 
She was married istly 
as an infant to Richard 
Molyneux (see Vol. 
IX., page 140), from 
whom she was divorced 
at the age of 12. 
Portrait at Gawthorpe 
in the possession of 
Lord Shuttleworth, and 
anot/ier in the posses- 
sion of Mrs. Charles 
Ughtred Shuttleu'orth. 
2nd wife. 



dau. of Jere- 
miah Thorpe 
of Bradford, co. 
York. 3rd wife. 



I 
Richard Shuttleworth, bapt. at Padiham 13 October 1613 ; of Brasenose College, =f=Joan Kirk, dau. 
O.xford, matriculated 9 December 1631 ; B.A. 1633 ; of the Inner Temple November of John Kirk of 
1632 ; M.P. for Clitheroe 13 April 1640 till death ; bur. at Padiham 21 January 164^. London, 



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Nicholas Shuttlewoith of Forcett, co. York; of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 14 June 
1605, aged 17; admitted to Gray's Inn 30 May 1606; died 20 November 1666, bur. at Forcett. 
M.I. 



Ughtred Shuttlevvorth, bapt.=j=Jane Assheton, dau. of Radcliffe Assheton of Cuerdalc, co. 



at Padiham, co. Lancaster, 
12 October 1617. 



Lancaster, esquire ; bapt. at VValton-le-Dale, co. Lancaster, 4 June 
1623. 



As 



Nicholas Shuttleworth of Clitheroe, co. Lancaster ,-=r=Margaret Standish, dau. of Thomas Standish 
bapt. at Padiham 26 March 1615 ; living 11 June of Duxbury, co. Lancaster. 
1668. X 



Richard Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe, co. Lancaster, = 
esquire; born in 1644; bur. at Forcett, co. York, 
5 March 168?. Will dated 15 January i68f, 
proved at York 25 May 1681 (Vol. 59, fo. 32). 



=Margaret Tempest, dau. of John Tempest of 
Old Durham, esquire; aged 3 in 1648; marr. 
at Merrington, co. Durham, 28 July 1664; 
executrix to her husband 25 May 1681. 



Sir Richard Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe,=j=Katherine Clerk, dau. and heir of Nicholas Shuttle- 
Barton and of Forcett ; born at Old 
Durham 13 October, bapt. at St. Oswald's, 
Durham, 17 October 1666; of Trinity Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 10 November 
1682, aged 16; knighted at Windsor 15 
June 1684; died 27 July 1687, bur. at 
Padiham. M.I. Administration granted 
at Chester 26 August 1687. 



Henry Clerk, M.D., President 
of Magdalen College, Oxford ; 
born in January 1665 ; married 
in 1682; bur. at Padiham 14 
October 1727. Will dated 19 
August 1727, proved at York 
I March 172I (Vol. 80, fo. 372). 



worth, bapt. at 
Forcett 6 May 
1673, bur. there 
28 December 
following. 



Richard Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe and of= 
Forcett, esquire ; bapt. at Forcett 3 Sep- 
tember 1683; M.P. for CO. Lancaster 25 
October r705 until his death; died 22 
December 1749, bur. at Forcett 3 January 
17!^. Will dated 18 November 1749, 
proved 22 December 1749 (P.C.C. 386 
Lisle). Portrait {three-quarter lengtli) by 
Vanderbank at Gawthorpe. 



=Emma Tempest, 
dau. of William 
Tempest of Old 
Durham ; buried 
26 October 1725. 



Catherine Shuttle- 
worth, bapt. at 
Forcett 9 Septem- 
ber 1684. Admin- 
istration granted 
at York 31 March 
1729. 



Clerk Shuttle- 
worth of Not- 
tingham ; bapt. 
at Forcett 20 
January 1686. 
Administration 
grantedatYork 
31 Mar(hi729. 



Emma Catherine 
Shuttleworth, bapt. 
at Forcett 22 Sep- 
tember 1722 ; died 
2r May 17 28. 



William Shuttleworth, Captain=j=Christiana Spencer, dau. of William Spencer of 



7th Fusiliers ; died 4 Sep- 
tember 1780. Portrait {three- 
quarter length) by Vanderbank 
at Gawthorpe. 

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A 



Cannon Hall, co. York, esquire, by Christian 
his wife, dau. and coheir of Benjamin Ashton 
of Hathersage, co. Derby ; born 2 August 
17 I 7 ; died 30 May 1781. 



Ughtred 

Barrister 

Oxford, 

aged I 6 

26 May 

Bencher 

1637. 



Shuttleworth of Lincoln's Inn, 
:-at-Law ; of Brasenose College, 
matriculated 14 June 1605, 
; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 
1606; Barrister-at-Law 16 14; 
1630; died before 12 May 



James Anderton=Ann, bapt. at Bolton-le-Moors, co. 
of Clayton, co. Lancaster 24 February 159"; marr. 
Lancaster; died at Padiham, co. Lancaster, 29 July 
circa 1660. 16 10, marriage licence (absolving 

clandestine marriage granted at 

Chester) 2 August. 



Sir Ralph Assheton of Whalley Abbey, = 
CO. Lancaster, baronet ; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 16 Feb- 
ruary 159!, aged 17; admitted to 
Gray's Inn 10 February 160^; created 
a baronet 28 June 1620; died 18 
October 1644, bur. at Whalley. He 
married istly Dorothy, dau. of Sir 
James Bellingham of Levens, co. 
Westmorland, knight. 



Sir Matthew=Elizabeth, born before 



=Eleanor, marr 
at Padiham 18 Whitfield of 18 October 1599; 
April 16 10, mar- Whitfield, co. 
riage licence Northumber- 
(Chester) dated land, knight. 
6 April ; died 
in 1658. 



mentioned in will of 
her uncle, Rev. 
Laurence, 22 January 
i6o| ; married at 
Forcett, co. York, 30 
January 163! ; bur. 
there 21 June 1638. 



Margaret=Barton Shuttle-=j=Margaret Clayton, dau. 



Walker. 
1st wife 



worth, baptised 
at Padiham 7 
February i6if ; 
executor to his 
father 24 March 
167?. 



of John Clayton of 
Little Harwood, co. 
Lancaster, by Alice his 
wife, dau. of George 
Coxe of Great Harwood, 
CO. Lancaster. 2nd wife. 



John Shuttle-= 
worth, of the 
Inner Temple, 
admitted in 
1648 ; living 
II June 1668. 



As 



=Elizabeth Sherburne, 
dau. of Robert Sher- 
burne of Little Mitton, 
CO. Lancaster, by 
Katherine his wife, dau. 
of Richard Lathom ; 
marr. at Padiham 20 
August 1652. 



A 



Nicholas Shuttleworth= 
of Durham, esquire ; 
bapt. at Burnley, co. 
Lancaster, 2 2 June 
1645 ; died in Sep- 
tember 1684, bur. at 
Durham. 



=Elizabeth Moore, dau. and William Lambton,=Fleetwood, marr. after 



coheir of Thomas Moore 
of Berwick-upon-Tweed, 
CO. Northumberland ; marr. 
at St. Oswald's, Durham, 
28 September 1671 ; died 
26 December, bur. in 
Durham Cathedral 28 
December 1694. 



aged 30 in 1668. 



II June 1668, mar- 
riage licence (York) 
dated 1668, then 
aged 25 ; living 15 
January i68y. 



/N 



Richard Shuttleworth, bapt. at Forcett, co. York, i March 
170I; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 14 March 
172I, aged 17; died v. p. at Naples. 



William Shuttleworth, bapt. at 
Forcett 2 February 17 if J bur. 
there 24 March following. 



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Edward Shuttleworth= 
of Barton, co. Lan- 
caster, gent ; living 
1 1 June 1668. 



=Alice Woodhouse, 
dau. and heir of 
John Woodhouse 
of Labrick, co. 
Lancaster. 



Fleetwood, aged 5 
in 1664. 



William Shuttleworth, bapt. at I'adiham, co. 
Lancaster, 10 November 1622 ; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 9 July 1641 ; of the 
Inner Temple, admitted in November 1640 ; slain 
at Lancaster in 1643, when Governor of the 
Castle for the Parliament. 



James Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe, Forcett and= 
of Barton Lodge; bapt. at Forcett 6 December 
1714; M.P. for Preston i December 1741 to 
April 1754, and for co. Lancaster 19 May 
1 761; High Sheriff of CO. York 1760; executor 
to his father 22 December 1749; died, aged 59, 
at Barton Lodge 28 June, bur. at Forcett 
7 July 1773. M.L Will dated 14 March 
1772 and 27 June 1773, proved at York 2 
April 1774 (Vol. 118, fo. n6). Portrait 
{with wife and daughter) by Wright of Derby 
at Gawthorpe. 



Mary Holden, dau. of 
Robert Holden of 
Aston Hall, CO. Derby, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of William, Vis- 
count Tracey ; marr. 
at Aston-on-Trent, co. 
Derby, 25 May 1742, 
marriage settlements 
dated 13 May ; died 
12 October 1791. 



Orlando Shuttleworth, 
died 16 January 1 74f. 



Arthur Shuttleworth, 
bapt. in 1724; died 
in infancy. 



Robert Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe, esquire ; of=j=Anne Desaguliers, dau. of General Thomas 



Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 4 January 
1762, aged 17; sold Forcett in 1784; died, 
aged 71, in Upper Norton Street, London, 29 
January 1816. Will proved 6 February 1816. 



Desaguliers, by Mary his wife, dau. of Job 
Blackwood; marr. 15 May 1776; died in 
Devonshire Place, London, 23 April 1801. 
Mi?iiature itt the possession of Mrs. Charles 
Ughtred Shuttleworth. 



Anna Maria Roper, dau. of the Very=f=James Shuttleworth of Barton= 



Rev. the Hon'''<^ Richard Henry 
Roper, Dean of Cloynes, by Mary his 
2nd wife, dau. of Thomas Tenison ; 
marr. 4 July 1805; died at Dawlish, 
CO. Devon, in 1810. She married 
istly Valentine Blake of Renvyle, 
CO. Galway. ist wife. 



Lodge, CO. Lancaster (twin with 
Anne); born 7 February 1777; 
died at Bradford House, near 
Barnstaple, co. Devon, 22 No- 
vember 1846. Aliniature in the 
possession of Mrs. Charles 
Ughtred Shuttleworth^ 



A 



=Anne Lloyd, dau. of 
Thomas Lloyd of 
Chetwynd ; marr. in 
1 81 5; died, aged 83, 
at 13 Inverness 
Terrace, London, 
9 December 1866. 
2nd wife. 



A 



43. 



Nicholas Towneley of Royle, co.=j=Margaret, bapt. at Padiham, Eleanor, mentioned in 



Lancaster; aged 40, 14 March 1664; 
Sheriff of co. Lancaster 1682 ; died 
3 February 1682. 



CO. Lancaster, 28 December her father's will 11 

1623 ; died, aged 93, in June 1668. 

1713- 



A 



John Tempest of=Frances, bur. 
Old Durham; M. P. in St. Giles', 
for Durham City Durham, 18 
23 April 1742 to June 1771. 
II March 1768 ; 
died in 1776. 



John Crewe of Cre\ve=i=Elizabeth, marr. in 1737; died 
Hall, CO. Chester; born j 16 November 1788, bur. at 
Barthomley, co. Chester. Por- 
trait {with her sister Frances) 
by Vanderbatik at Gaivthorpe ; 
replica at Crewe Hall. 
A 



in 1709 ; M.P. for co. 
Chester 15 May 1734 
until his death ; died 
18 September 1752. 



Sir Charles Turner of Kirkleatham,= 
CO. York, baronet ; marr. 1 1 October 
177 1, marriage settlements dated 28 
September; Sheriff of co. York 1759; 
M.P. for York 21 March 1768 until 
his death ; created a baronet 8 May 
1782 ; died, aged 57, 26 October, bur. 
at Kirkleatham 3 November 1783. 
He married istly Elizabeth, dau. 
and coheir of William Wombwell of 
Wombwell, co. York. 1st husband. 



=Mary, died at= 
Parlington, co. 
York, I Feb- 
ruary 1786. 
Administration 
granted at York 
4 April 1786. 



A 



=Sir Thomas Gascoigne of Parlington, 
baronet; born in February 174!; 
succeeded his brother as 8th baronet 
10 January 1762 ; M.P. for Thirsk 12 
September 1780, Malton i April 1784, 
and for Arundel 18 June 1790; marr. 
at Aston-upon-Trent, co. Derby, 4 No- 
vember 1784: died II February 1810. 
Will proved in 1810. He married 
istly . . . Montgomery. 2nd husband. 



A 



Francis Hurt of=f=Elizabeth, not 21, 14 March 



Alderwasley, co. 
Derby ; born 2 
September 1753 ; 
Sheriff of co. 
Derby 1778 ; died 
at Alderwasley 5 
January 1801, 



1772; marr. at Aston-on-Trent 
31 August 1778; died, aged 74, 
at Derby 7 May 1831. Miniature 
{as an elderly woman) in the 
possession of Airs. Charles 
Ughtred Shuttleworth. 



A 



James Holden^Elizabeth Constance 

of Aston ; died Stevenson, dau. of 

in 1780. Anthony Stevenson 

of Derby. She 

married 2ndly N. C. 

Clarke of Hands worth. 



Richard Thomas Streatfield= 
of the Rocks and Copwood, 
CO. Sussex ; born 23 Decem- 
ber 1759; marr. 31 December 
180 1 ; High Sheriff of co. 
Sussex 1798 ; died 26 August 
181 3. Will dated 26 August 
18 1 3, proved 12 November 
1813 (P.C.C. 569 Heathfield). 
He married istly Jane Esther, 
dau. of Admiral Sir Chaloner 
Ogle, baronet, ist husband. 



=Anne (twin with= 
James), born 7 
February 1777; 
executrix to her 
husband 12 No- 
vember 1813 ; 
I died in Charles 
Street, Berkeley 
Square, London, 
6 July 1848. 



A\ 



A 



=Richard Prime of Walberton House, co. 
Sussex; born i April 1784; educated at Eton 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 
pensioner 19 June 1802, Scholar 1803; B.A. 
1806 : M.A. 1809 ; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 
15 April 1806, called to the Bar 1810; marr. 
II October 1815; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Sussex, High Sheriff 1823; Chairman of 
Sussex Quarter Sessions 1851-57; M.P. for 
West Sussex 5 August 1847 to February 
1854; died, aged 82, at Walberton House 
7 November, bur. in Walberton Church 12 
November 1866. 2nd husband. 



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John Assheton of Cuerdale, co. Lancaster ;= 
admitted to Gray's Inn 22 June 1632 ; 
died at Bristol from wounds received at 
the Battle of Edgehill 23 October 1642. 
Administration granted 17 July 1647 
(P.C.C.) {See Pedigree of Assheton, 
Vol. II., page Qi.) I St husband. 



=Anne, bapt. at=pRichard Townley of Barnside ; 
Padiham, co. killed by a bull at Gisburn, 
Lancaster, 24 co. York, in 165 1. He married 
June 1620. istly Alice, dau. of Francis 

Paslew of Wiswall, co. Lancaster. 

2nd husband. 



A 



A 



William Shuttleworth of Turnover Hall, Upper Rawcliffe,= 
CO. Lancaster; died 12 January 1791. 



=Bridget, dau. and coheir of John 
Westby of Mowbreck, co. Lancaster. 



Margaret, married in 
1744, Thomas Westby. 



Hon''''= Mary Cockburn,= 
dau. of Lord Forester ; 
marr. at Forcett, co. 
York, 10 September 
1776 ; died in 1777. 
ist wife. 



=Rev. Charles Shuttleworth= 
Holden ; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 24 March 
176S, aged 18 ; B.C.L. 1775 ; 
took the name and arms of 
Holden in 1791 ; died at 
Oxford in 1821. 



=Elizabeth, dau.=i=Rosamund Amelia 
of Sir Thomas 
Whitmore;died 
in 1795. 2nd 
wife. 



/K 



Deane ; married 
in 1798 ; died 
II August 1820. 
3rd wife. 



A 



James West, born=j=Emnia, born 6 



6 February 1750 ; 
died in Bryanston 
Square, London, 
24Decemberi829, 
bur. at Bexley, 
CO. Kent. 



A 



May 1778; mar- 
ried 22 June 
1802 ; died at 
Bath, CO. Somer- 
set, 9 June 1854, 
bur. at Be.\ley. 



Catharine Shuttle- 
worth, born 27 
March 1779; died 
in May 1805. 



Richard Hurt of=j=Caroline, born 



Wirksworth, co. 
Derby (nephew 
of Francis Hurt 
of Alderwasley, 
CO. Derby, see 
previous page) ; 
born I March 

1785- A 



28 December 
1781 ; married 
19 March 1808; 
died at Wirks- 
worth 20 August 
1827. 



Mary Shuttle- Robert Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe= 

worth, born Hall, co. Lancaster, esquire ; born 

in 1783; died in September 1784; Barrister- 

in 1793. at-Law, Chairman of Quarter 

Sessions; died, aged 31, 6 March, 

bur. in Padiham Church 1 3 March 

1818. Will dated 12 February 

1 8 1 8, proved 2 7 May 1 8 1 8 (P.C.C. 

253 Cressivell). Portrait by Sir 

Henry Raeburn at Gawthorpe 

Hall, in the possession of Lord 

Shuttleworth. A 



'Janet Marjoribanks, dau. 
of Sir John Marjoribanks 
of Lees, co. Berwick, 
baronet ; marr. at Edin- 
burgh 5 November 18 16; 
died at Hastings, co. 
Sussex, 17 January 1855. 
She married 2ndly Frede- 
rick North of Rougham, 
CO. Norfolk ; M.P. for 
Hastings. 



(For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XII I, page 166.) 



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Elizabeth Shuttle- 
worth, born in 
October 1788; 
died, aged 71, in 
1859. 



\ 



Edmeades. 

(Vol. 13, p. 177.] 




Pedigree of Edmeades. 



Henry Edmeades of Nurstead Court,=^ 
CO. Kent, yeoman. Will dated 
10 May 16 10, proved 1 March 161^ 
(Cons: of Rochester, Vol. 22, fo. 196). 



William Edmeades=j=Anne Songer, married at 



of Shorne, co. Kent ; 
living I o May 1 6 1 o. 



Nurstead 14 February 



A 



John Edmeades of= 
Meopham, co. 
Kent, yeoman; ex- 
ecutor to his father 
I March i6if ; 
bur. at Meopham 
20 June 1635. Will 
dated4 June 1635, 
proved 3 August 
1635 (P.CC. 85 
Sadler). /\ 



^Margaret Butcher, 
marr. at Nurstead 
20 May 1588 ; 
executrix to her 
husband 3 August 
1635- 



Alice Alexander, = 
marr. at Nurstead 
6 October 1589. 
ist wife. 



=Henry Edmeades^ 
of Nurstead 

Court ; bur. at 
Nurstead i Au- 
gust 1635. 



=Sarah Alchorne, 
marr. at Nurstead 
22 September 
1625. 2nd wife. 



Henry Edmeades, bapt. at 
Nurstead 25 February i6||. 



Henry Edmeades of the 
Downs, Northfleet, co. 
Kent ; bapt. at Nurstead 
7 March 159! ; bur. there, 
aged 29, 10 April 1619. 



John Edmeades, bapt. 
at Nurstead 16 May 
1593; bur. there, aged 
58, 18 March 165I. 



Thomas Edmeades=j=Elizabeth Childe, 



of Nurstead Court 
bapt. at Nurstead 
10 February 159I. 



marr. at Nurstead 
26Novemberi625. 



Henry Edmeades, 
bapt. at Nurstead 
12 November 

1626. 



Mary, buried at= 
Ridley, co. Kent, 
ist wife. 



I 
Margaret, born 3 October, 
bapt. at Ash 25 October 
1666. 



=Thomas Edmeades of Holywell, in=pElizabeth Kettle, 



Ash, CO. Kent ; bapt. at Nurstead 
25 February i62f ; bur. at Ash 
2 January lyof. 



marr. at Nurstead 
27 August 167 1 ; 
bur. at Ash 28 
April 1720. 2nd 
wife. 



Elizabeth Edmeades, born 
17 May, bapt. at Ash 27 
May 1672 ; bur. there 17 
February 167I. 



Thomas Edmeades, 
born 8 March, bapt. 
at Ash 24 March 
1674. 



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Thomas Edmeades of=i=Alice. 



Shorne, co. Kent ; bapt. 
at Nurstead, co. Kent, 
4 March 156I; bur. at 
Shorne 25 October 1608. 



Married 2ndly (at 
Shorne 9 February 
i6i^) John Wood. 



A 



Henry Jetter of=f=Susan, bapt. at Nurstead 



Ifield Court, co. 
Kent. 



2 April 1570; mentioned 
in her father's will lo 
May 1610. 



A 



William Edmeades, bapt. 
at Nurstead, co. Kent, 25 
November 1598; bur. 
there, aged 20, 10 May 
1619. 



Hackett Batt of=j=Elizabeth, bapt. at Nurstead 



Nurstead ; bur. 
at Nurstead 30 
April 1667. 



18 October 1601 ; married 
there 16 November 1623; 
bur. at Nurstead i January 



i66i. 



A 



James Edmeades, 
bapt. at Nurstead 
I April 1604. 



Robert Edmeades, 
bapt. at Nurstead 4 
August 1632 ; bur. 
there 1 1 August 
following. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Nurstead 27 
August 1633. 



Robert Edmeades of Nash=j=Elizabeth Masters, mar- 



Street, Northfleet, co. Kent ; 
bapt. at Nurstead 5 October 
1635- 



ried at Nurstead 27 
September 1665. 



Joan, bapt. at Nurstead 
16 August 1666. 



James Edmeades of Ash, co.= 
Kent; born 15 November, bapt. 
at Ash 30 November 1675 j bur. 
there 7 December 1726. Will 
dated 2 December 1726, proved 
26 December 1726 (Arch : of 
Rochester). 



^Elizabeth, bur. 
at Ash 8 De- 
cember 1730. 



William Edmeades, 
bapt. at Ash 16 
March 167^; bur. 
there 20 March 
following. 



William Edmeades, 
bapt. at Ash 13 Au- 
gust 1680 ; bur. there 
14 May following. 



Elizabeth, born 13 October, bapt. 
at Ash 23 October 1705. 



James Edmeades, bapt. at Ash 21 
June 1708; bur. there 25 March 
1713- 



47 



1 

Jeremy Edm 
CO. Kent, 19 
in his father's 


eades, 
Octob 
will IC 


bapt. 

er 157 
May 


at Nurstead, =f=Joan, 
2 ; mentioned May 
1610. 


living 
1 6 10. 


10 


1 
Judith, bapt. 

Nurstead 

March 157I. 


at 
13 


1 
Rachel, bapt. 

Nurstead 

March 157!. 


at 
24 










A 

















Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Nurstead 2 
April 1578. 



James Edmeades of Cobham, co. Kent ; bapt. at Nurstead 9 December 
1582; mentioned in wills of his father 10 May 16 10, and of his brother 
John 4 June 1635. 



Alice Edmeades, bom 
7 September, bapt. at 
Nurstead, co. Kent, 14 
September 1606 ; bur. 
there 30 April 1631. 



Susan Edmeades, 
bapt. at Nurstead 
24 May 1609, bur. 
there the next day. 



Robert Edmeades, bapt.=j=Joan Child, marr. at 



at Nurstead 24 Feb- 
ruary 161° ; bur. there, 
aged 69, 8 May 1679. 



Nurstead 29 October 
1637 ; bur. there 5 
November 1688. 



Alice Edmeades, bur. 
at Nurstead 23 April 
1643. 



Joan Edmeades, bapt. at Nur- 
stead 5 October 1644; bur. 
there 6 April 1645. 



James Edmeades, bapt. at Nur- 
stead 7 August 1648 ; bur. there, 
aged 29, 20 August 1677. 



James Edmeades of Nash=i=Judith Godwin, 
Street, Northfleet, co. marr. at Nur- 
Kent ; bapt. at Nurstead stead 23 March 
II March 163 J. i66| 



William Edmeades, 
bapt. at Nurstead 15 
December 1639. 



Alice Edmeades, bapt. 
at Nurstead 12 Feb- 
ruary 164!; ^"r. there 
24 February following. 



Judith, bapt. at Nurstead 
10 January i66f. 



Susanna, bapt. at Nurstead 
27 January 167^. 



Susan, bapt. at 
Ash, CO. Kent, 
21 March i68i. 



Henry Edmeades, 
bapt. at Ash 6 
January i68|. 



Sarah, bapt. at Ash 24 January 
1 684 ; married there i October 
1 7 16, William Black well. 



Robert Edmeades, 
bapt. at Ash 30 
March 1689. 



48 



Amy Lane, dau.=j=William Edmeades of Nurstead= 



of Henry Lane 
of Horton Kirby, 
CO. Kent ; buried 
at Nurstead, co. 
Kent, 27 July 
1 69 1. I St wife. 



Court, yeoman ; bapt. at Nurstead 
29 May 1651 ; died, aged 61, 
23 January, bur. at Nurstead 29 
January lyij. Will dated 2 July 
1 712, proved at Rochester 19 Feb- 
ruary I 71 J (Cons: of Rochester, 
Vol. 30, fo. 77). 



'Joan, died 3 June 
1717, bur. at 
Meopham, co. 
Kent. She married 
I stly Richard Mas- 
ters of Meopham. 
2nd wife. 



Mary, born 18 April, bapt. at 
Nurstead i May 1701 ; marr. before 
13 August 1723 . . . Savage. 



Thomas Edmeades, 
bapt. at Nurstead 
27September 1654; 
bur. there 20 Feb- 
ruary i66|. 



William Edmeades of= 
Gravesend, co. Kent, 
surgeon ; bapt. at Nur- 
stead 2 August 1681 ; 
died, aged 37, bur. at 
Gravesend 27 June 
1 7 19. Administration 
granted 20 June 17 19 
(Cons: of Rochester). 



=norothy Symonds, dau. of William 
Symonds of Milton-next-Gravesend; 
bapt. at Miltoii 28 April 1684; 
marr. there 9 April 1706; adminis- 
tratrix to her husband 20 June 
1719, and to her son William 
4 August 1742; executrix to her 
son Robert 8 September 1747 ; 
died, aged 63, bur. at Gravesend 
8 October 1747. Will dated 4 Au- 
gust 1747, proved 19 October 1747 
(P.C.C. 253 Potter). 



Robert Edmeades of Nurstead 
Court, yeoman ; bapt. at 
Nurstead 6 February i68| ; 
executor to his father 19 Feb- 
ruary 1 7 if, and to his brother 
Thomas 24 September 1723; 
bur. at Nurstead 6 January 
i73f. Will dated 28 Feb- 
ruary 173^, proved 11 January 
1 73 J (P.C.C. 6 Ockham). 



Amy Edmeades, 
bapt. at Graves- 
end 3 1 May 1707, 
bur. there 28 
March following. 



William Edmeades, 
bapt. at Gravesend 
25 June 1708; 
died at Surat as 
mate of the " Fort 
St. George." Ad- 
ministration granted 
4 August 1742 
(P.C.C.) 



Anne Edmeades, 
bapt. at Graves- 
end 24 February 
il\\; bur. there 
23 October 17 10. 



Joshua Bramble=Deborah, bapt. at 
of Gravesend, Gravesend 27 



surgeon ; bur. at 
Gravesend 23 
October 1759. 



April 171 1 ; marr. 
there 22 Novem- 
ber 1737 ; admin- 
istratrix to her 
brother Henry i 
April 1760 ; bur. 
there 15 February 
1762. 



Robert Edmeades of 
Gravesend, bapt. there 
25 June 1 7 14; of the 
" Duke of Kingston " 
privateer. Will dated 9 
February 1747-, proved 
8 September 1747 
(P.C.C. 227 Potter). 



John Edmeades, 
bapt. at Graves- 
end 12 June 
1715- 



Henry Edmeades of 
H.M.S. "Weazle"; 
bapt. at Gravesend 
13 August 17 16. 
Administration was 
granted i April 1760 
(P.C.C.) 



Amy Edmeades of Graves- 
end ; bapt. at Gravesend 
20 January 171I; execu- 
trix to her mother 19 
October 1747 ; buried at 
Gravesend 8 September 
1792. 



49 



John Edmeades of Raleigh,= 
CO. Essex; bapt. at Nurstead, 
CO. Kent, 12 November 1684; 
died, aged 25, at Nurstead 
27 September, bur. there 
I October 17 10. M.I. 
Administration granted 1 1 
December 1710 (P.C.C.) 



'Elizabeth Masters, 
marr. at St. Benet's, 
PauFs Wharf, Lon- 
don, 21 September 
1708; administra- 
trix to her husband 
1 1 December 1710. 



Elizabeth, living 
28 February 173I. 



Henry Edmeades of= 
Higham, co. Kent, 
yeoman ; bapt. at 
Nurstead 30 Novem- 
ber 1686 ; died, aged 
44, bur. at Nurstead 
16 February i73x- 
M. I. Will proved 
29 March 1731 (Arch: 
of Rochester). 



=Mary, died, aged 
56, 22 March, bur. 
at Higham 27 
March 1750. M.I. 
She married 2ndly 
James Staines of 
Higham. 



Henry Edmeades of Nurstead Court, yeoman ;=f=Elizabeth Staines, dau. of James Staines of 
bapt. at Higham i December 1714; executor I Higham; bapt. at Higham 10 December 
to the will of his uncle Robert 11 January | 1721; marr. at Nurstead 2 December 1736; 
173!-; died, aged 42, 10 December, bur. at executrix to her husband's will 26 July 1757; 



Nurstead 14 December 1756. M.I. Will 
dated 8 December 1756, proved 26 July 1757 
(P.C.C. 219 Herring.) 



died, aged 43, 22 August, bur. at Nurstead 
30 August 1765. 



H 



Elizabeth Edmeades, 
bapt. at Nurstead 18 
November 1737 ; 
died, aged 23, 21 
April, bur. at Nur- 
stead 30 April 1 76 1. 
M.I. 



Mary Edmeades of 
Cobham, co. Kent ; 
born 15 November, 
bapt. at Nurstead 
3 December 1739 ; 
died, aged 93, 23 
October, bur. at 
Nurstead 29 Octo- 
ber 1833. M.I. 



Henry Edmeades of Nurstead= 
Court ; bom 29 December 
1 741, bapt. at Nurstead 23 
January 1 74^ ; purchased 
Nurstead Court in 1767 and 
the advowsons of Nurstead 
and Ifield in 1774; died, 
aged 78, 16 October, bur. 
at Nurstead 23 October 1820. 
M.I. 



=Ann Wigzell, marr. 
at Greenwich, co. 
Kent, 1 8 March 
1764 ; died, aged 
33. 17 July, bur. 
at Nurstead 23 
July 1776. M.I. 



Henry Edmeades of Owletts,=j=Mary Allen, dau. and coheir of John Allen of Hazells, North- 



Cobham ; born 8 March, bapt. 
at Nurstead 28 March 1765; 
died, aged 70, 7 December, 
bur. at Nurstead 14 December 
1835. M.I. 



fleet, CO. Kent, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of William Farrant 
of Darenth, co. Kent; bapt. at Northfleet 9 April 1773; 
marr. there 6 November 1792; died, aged 67, 3 September, 
bur. at Nurstead 10 September 1840. M.I. 



! ^ 
Louisa Edmeades, 
bapt. at Cobham 1 2 
September 1793 ; 
died, aged 4 months, 
17 January, bur. at 
Nurstead 2 1 January 
1794. M.I. 



Thomas Baker of=j=Maria, bapt. at Cobham 



Boley Hill, Roches- 
ter, CO. Kent ; died, 
aged 79, 8 January, 
bur. at Nurstead 
14 January 187 1. 
M.I. A 



27 October 1795 ; marr. 
there 12 December 1822 ; 
died, aged 52, 27 Decem- 
ber 1847, bur. at Nurstead 
3 January 1848. M.I. 



Emma Edmeades of 
Gravesend, co. Kent ; 
born 1 1 May, bapt. 
at Cobham 16 June 
1796 ; died 10 June, 
bur. at Nurstead 16 
June 1875. M.I. 



50 



Thomas Edmeades of Meopham, co.= 
Kent, yeoman ; bapt. at Nurstead, 
CO. Kent, 12 February 168^; executor 
to his father 19 February i7if ; died, 
aged 34, 4 September 1723, bur. at 
Meopham. M.I. Will dated 13 August 
1723, proved 24 September 1723 
(Deanery of Shoreham, Vol. 6, fo. 79). 



=Sarah Gunning, dau. of Peter 
Gunning of Meopham; bapt. 
at Ash, CO. Kent, 17 April 
1693 ; marr. at Meopham 
26 P'ebruary 172!; died, 
aged 35, 20 April 1728, bur. 
at Meopham. M.I. 



Amy Edmeades, died 
young ; mentioned on 
her father's tombstone. 



Sarah Edmeades, died 
young ; mentioned on 
her father's tombstone. 



Mary Edmeades, 
bapt. at Higham, 
CO. Kent, 3 iVpril 
1717 ; bur. there 
28 May 1 718. 



William lidmeades, 
bapt. at Higham 
2 April 1719 ; 
bur. there 2 June 
following. 



Thomas Townsend of=f=Mary, bapt. at Higham 25 



Higham, yeoman ; died, 
aged 54, 28 June, bur. 
at Higham 3 July 1765. 
M.I. 



A 



January i72y; marr. there 
24 May 1744; died, aged 55, 
2 October, bur. at Higham 
8 October 1776. M.I. 



Rachel Edmeades, bapt. at 
Nurstead 16 February 174!; 
died, aged 69, 5 February, 
bur. at Nurstead 15 February 
1813. 



William Edmeades of Yaldham, in=j=Sarah, died, aged 74, 



Wrotham, co. Kent ; bapt. at Nurstead 
29 May 1746; died, aged 57, 23 July, 
bur. at Nurstead 29 July 1803. M.I. 



8 May, bur. at Nur- 
stead 16 May 1 8 18. 
M.I. 



Sarah Edmeades, of Wrotham, 
CO. Kent ; bapt. at Wrotham 
21 June 1771 : died, aged 67, 
23 November, bur. at Nurstead 
30 November 1838. M.I. 



Jane Edmeades, of Wrotham ; 
born 1 8 August, bapt. at 
Wrotham 2r September 1773 ; 
died 8 May, bur. at Nurstead 
15 May 1852. M.I. 



William Edmeades of Yaldham, 
in \\^rotham ; bapt. at Wrotham 
21 September 1775; died, 
aged 55, 5 May, bur. at 
Nurstead 13 May 1831. M.I. 



William Edmeades of Nurstead Court ; born 13 May, bapt.=f=Elizabeth Allen, dau. and coheir 



at Nurstead 5 June 1766 ; Commander in the Hon''''= East 
India Co.'s Marine Service, commanded a brigade of the 
Company's sailors at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope 
with rank of Lieut.- Colonel (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," February 1806); Lord of the Manor of 
Nurstead ; Patron of the livings of Ifield and Nurstead ; 
died at Nurstead Court, aged 86, 26 July, bur. at Nurstead 
3 August 1852. M.I. Will dated 2 March 1849, proved 23 
August 1852 (P.C.C. 628, 52). 



of John Allen of Hazells, North- 
fleet, CO. Kent, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of William F"arrant of 
Darenth, co. Kent ; bapt. at 
Northfleet 29 November 1775; 
marr. there 16 September 1800 ; 
died 30 September, bur. at 
Nurstead 7 October 1836. M.I. 



/N 



i^For issue see " Visitation of Em^land and Wales" 
Vol. XI II., page 177.) 



Henry Edmeades, bapt. at Cobhani, co. Kent, 
16 April 1799; died, aged 34, 27 September, 
bur. at Nurstead 3 October 1833. ^LI. 



Elizabeth Allen Edmeades, bap(. at Cobham 
20 November 1800 ; died, aged 2 years, 28 
June, bur. at Nurstead i July 1803. M.I. 



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Dorothy Edmeades, bapt. 
at Higham, co. Kent, 29 
August 1723; bur. there 
23 January following. 



William Edmeades, 
bur. at Higham 13 
February 172!^. 



Amy Edmeades, 
bur. at Higham 
20 January 172^. 



Amy Edmeades, bapt. 
at Higham 18 August 
1730; bur. there 7 
February 173^. 



John Burgis=Amy, bapt. at Nurstead, 
of Brasted, co. Kent, 27 July 1749; 
CO. Kent. married in 1770. 



Robert Edmeades of St. 
Magnus, London ; bapt. 
at Nurstead 13 February 
i75y; mentioned in his 
father's will 8 December 
1756. 



Philip Edmeades, bapt. 
at Nurstead 31 August 
1755 ; died, aged 14, 
22 January, bur. at 
Nurstead 26 January 
1770. M.I. 



Robert Edmeades of Wrotham Place,=j=Ann Taylor, dau. of Thomas Taylor of Plaxtol, co. 



CO. Kent ; bapt. at Wrotham 30 
November 1778; died, aged 42, 20 
July, bur. at Nurstead, co. Kent, 
25 July 1821. M.I. 



Kent ; born 22 September, bapt. at Ightham, co. Kent, 
21 October 1789; died at Bath, co. Somerset, 28 
March 1865. She married 2ndly Henry Buttanshaw 
of Wrotham. 



Thomas Henry Allen=Mary, born 23 August 181 7, 
Poynder of Hartham Park, bapt. at Wrotham 24 August 
CO. Wilts; died 26 No- 1818 ; marr. there 10 May 
vember 1873, bur. at 1842; died 23 October 1871, 
Hilmarton, co. Wilts. bur. at Hilmarton. 



Sarah Elizabeth Edmeades, born 
3 May, bapt. at Wrotham 
I August 1819 ; died 31 Decem- 
ber 1823, bur. at Nurstead 
8 January 1824. M.I. 



James Edmeades of 
Hever Court, Ifield, 
CO. Kent ; born 18 
August, bapt. at 
Nurstead 4 Septem- 
ber 1767 ; died 12 
February, bur. at 
Nurstead 1 7 February 
1855. M.I. 



Anna Maria Ed- 
meades, born 5 
April, bapt. at 
Nurstead 2 May 
1770; died 23 
November, bur. 
at Nurstead 29 
November 1795. 
M.I. 



Harriet Peach, =Thomas Edmeades=j=Jane, died 
dau. of . . . 
and Susanna 
Peach, ist wife. 



of Greenwich, co. 
Kent, surgeon; born 

29 January, bapt. at 
Nurstead 24 Feb- 
ruary 1773 ; died at 
Exniouth,co. Devon, 

30 September 1808, 
bur. at AVithycombe, 
CO. Devon. 



at Eltham, 
CO. Kent, 10 
April 1843. 
2nd wife. 



Alexander George=j=Henrietta Helen, born 29 March, 
Milne of Eltham. bapt. at Greenwich 30 June 1809; 
marr. at Eltham 3 March 1S35. 



52 



Pedigree of Nelson. 



Nelson. 

[Vol. 13, p. 186.] 



William Nelson of Seaming and afterwards of Dunhani= 
Parva, hotli co. Norfolk (eldest son of Edmund Nelson 
of Wendling, co. Norfolk, by Alice his 2nd wife) ; bapt. 
at Wendling 24 March 165I; died, aged 59, at Dunham 
Parva 27 January, bur. in the chancel of Sporle 
Church, CO. Norfolk, 29 January lyif. M.I. Will 
dated 13 January 171°, proved 29 March 1714 (Arch: 
of Norwich). 



=Mary Shene, dau. of Thomas Shene 
of Dunham I'arva, iiy Alice his wife ; 
born at Dunham I'arva in 1652 ; 
marr. at Great Fransham, co. Nor- 
folk, 14 September 1680; executrix 
to her husband 29 March 1714; 
died, aged 79, 3 January, bur. at 
Dunham Parva 5 January 173 J. 



Dorothy, dau. of Thomas Pretyman= 
of Sporle, gent, by Dorothy his 
wife, dau. of John Frere of 
Flnningham Hall, co. Suffolk, 
esquire ; bapt. at Sporle in 
1678 ; marr. at Athelington, co. 
Suffolk, 14 February i7yj; died, 
aged 32, 31 January, bur. at Sporle 
2 February i7i}r. M.I. ist wife. 



=Thomas Nelson of= 
Sporle ; bapt. at 
Seaming 19 July 
1683 ; mentioned 
in his father's will 
13 January 171^; 
died, aged 79, 22 
April, bur. at Sporle 
26 April 1762. 



'Barbara Overman, = 
marr. at Burnham 
Deepdale, co. Nor- 
folk, I February 
171!; died, aged 
35, 12 May, bur. 
at Sporle 14 May 
1725. M.I. 2nd 
wife. 



=Dinah Willis, of 
Burnham Overy, 
CO. Norfolk ; bur. 
at Sporle 1 5 
November 1752. 
3rd wife. 



A 



Alice, bapt. 
at Scarning 7 
August 1687. 



Mary Lathbury, died,= 
aged 49, 2 Septem- 
ber, bur. in the 
church at Dunham 
Parva 5 September 
1736. M.I. istwife. 



=Wiliiam Nelson of Fransham,= 
gent ; bapt. at Scarning 18 
February 1685- ; executor to 
his father 29 March 1714; 
died, aged 86, 29 January 
1775, bur. in the church 
at Dunham Parva. M.I. 



=Mary, marr. at Great Fran- 
sham 24 May 1757 ; died, 
aged 70, 16 May 1777, 
bur. in the church at 
Dunham Parva. She mar- 
ried istly Daniel Spencer. 
2nd wife. 



A 



Rev. Edmund Nelson, Rector of Hilborough,= 
CO. Norfolk ; bapt. at Dunham Parva 4 No- 
vember 1693 ; educated at Eton and at 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1718; 
M.A. 1722; Rector of East Bradenham, co. 
Norfolk, 16 April 1722 to 18 February 173-^ ; 
Vicar of Sporle 1729 ; Rector of Hilborough 
1734; died 23 October 1747, bur. at Hil- 
borough. M.I. Will dated 17 October 
1747, proved at Norwich 18 April 1748 
(Norwich C.C.) 



=Mary Bland, dau. of John Bland of Cambridge, 
by Thomasine his wife; born 24 August 1688; 
marr. at St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, London, 23 
April 1717 ; executrix to her husband i8 
April 1748; died, aged 91, 4 July, bur. at 
Hilborough 8 July 1789. M.I. Will dated 
6 August 1769, proved 4 September 1789 
(P.C.C. 467 Mac-ham). See ''Memorial Rings," 
page 233. 



Mary Nelson, of Hilborough ; born 4 June 1718 ; 
executrix to her mother 4 September 1789 ; 
died 16 March 1800, bur. in the church at 
Hilborough. M.I. Will dated 6 January 1795, 
proved 28 March 1800 (P.C.C. 225 Addeiiey). 



Thomas Bland Nelson, 
born and bapt. at 
East Bradenham 2 Oc- 
tober 1719 ; bur. at 
Cambridge. 



John Nelson, died 
in infancy, bur. at 
Hilborough. 



5J 



Rev. Edmund Nelson, Rector of Bumham Thorpe, co. Norfolk ;= 
born 19 March, bapt. at East Bradenham, co. Norfolk, 29 
March 1723; of Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 10 July 
1741; Scholar 1741-48; Fellow 1751-53; B.A. 1745; M.A. 
1750 ; Rector of Hilborough, co. Norfolk, and Little Palgrave, 
CO. Suffolk, and Vicar of Sporle, co. Norfolk, 1747-55; 
Rector of Bumham Thorpe 3 December 1755 ; died, aged 79, 
at Great Pulteney Street, Bath, co. Somerset, 26 April, bur. 
at Bumham Thorpe 11 May 1802. M.I. Will dated 12 
January 1801, proved 10 July 1802 (P.C.C. 564 Kenyan.) 



=Catherine Suckling, only dau. 
of the Rev. Maurice Suckling, 
D.D., Prebendary of West- 
minster, and Rector of Bars- 
ham, CO. Suffolk, by Anne his 
wife (see '■'■ Alemorial Rings" 
page 124), dau. of Sir Charles 
Turner of Warham, co. 
Norfolk, baronet ; born at 
Barsham 9 May, bapt. there 
27 May 1725 ; marr. at 
Beccles, co. Suffolk, 11 May 
1749; died, aged 42, 26 De- 
cember, bur. at Burnham 
Thorpe 30 December 1767. 
M.I. 



A 



{For issue see "Visitation 0/ England and JJ'a/es," 
Vol. XIII., page 186.) 



Martha, bapt. at Rev. Robert Rolfe, Rector of Hilborough ;=i=.Mice Bland, bapt. at East 



East Bradenham 
23 May 1726 ; 
bur. there 30 
September 1728. 



born at Pickenham, co. Norfolk ; educated 
at King's Lynn and Caius College, Cambridge, 
admitted sizar 6 March i73f ; Scholar 
1739; B.A. 1742; M.A. 1746; Fellow 
1744; Vicar of Stanford 1751-79; Rector of 
Hilborough 1756; Rector of Caldecot 1760, and 
of Cockley Cley 1779, all co. Norfolk; died, 
aged 64, 9 May 1785, bur. at Hilborough. M.I. 



A 



Bradenham 7 April 1730; 
mentioned in her father's 
will 17 October 1747 ; 
marr. at Burnham Thorpe 
22 January 1760; died, 
aged 95, 24 July 1823, 
bur. at Hilborough. 



John Goulty of the Back of the Iiins,= 
Norwich; died at East Dereham, co. Norfolk, 
5 May 1802. Will dated 6 March 1798, 
proved i June 1S02, by William Goulty, son 
(P.C.C. 455 Kenyan.) 



=Thomasine, bapt. at East 
Bradenham 4 .September 
1732; died at the Back of 
tlie Inns, Norwich, 5 May 
1800. 



/K 



John Nelson, born 
at Hilborough 16 
June 1736; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 1 7 October 
1747 ; went abroad 
in 1760. 



54 



Pedigree of Bolton. 



Nelson. 

[Vol. 13, p. 186.] 



Thomas Bolton of Boyton, co. Su(rolk,=f=Anne, admitted tenant to Manor 
yeoman; bur. at Boyton 12 February j of Hollesley 22 September 1608; 
iS8y. Will dated 26 January 158^, ; bur. at Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, 
proved 17 July 1587 (Arch: of Suffolk, 11 May i6ii. She married 2ndly 
Vol. 31, fo. 359). William Margetts. 



William Bolton of Hollesley, =pAnne Wieth, sister Robert Bolton of Hol-=f=Katherine, ad- 



co. Suffolk ; admitted tenant 
to the Manor of Hollesley 
27 April 1587 ; executor to 
his father 17 July 1587. 
Will dated 21 July 1601, 
proved 9 December 1601 
(Arch: of Suflblk, Vol. 38, 
fo. 407). 



of John Wieth of 
Hollesley; admitted 
tenant to Manor of 
Hollesley 22 Sep- 
tember 1608. She 
married 2ndly John 
Coo. 



lesley ; mentioned in his 
father's will 26 January 
158^; admitted tenant 
to Manor of Hollesley 
on death of his mother 
16 September 161 1 ; 
died 5 October 1635. 
Will dated 9 April 1635, 
proved at Ipswich. 



A 



mitted to Manor 
of Hollesley with 
her husband 17 
April 1627. 



A 



Thomas Bolton of Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, gent ; mentioned=j=Alice Curtis, dau. of John Curtis 



in his father's will 26 January 1587- ; e.xecutor to his 
brother \Villiam 9 December 1601 ; received Grant of Arms 
from William Camden, Clarenceux, 25 August 1615; died, 
aged 48, 23 March i6Ti, bur. in Woodbridge Church 27 
March 1617. M.I. Will dated 24 January 161^, proved 
16 April 1617 (P.C.C. 31 Weldon). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Ipswich I October 1618 (C Vol. 65S, No. ^8.) 



of Woodbridge ; marr. at Wood- 
bridge 3 April 1592; mentioned 
in her husband's will 24 January 
1 6 if; died before 1618 (Melton 
Court Rolls). 



William Carey of= 
Woodbridge, gent; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 24 
January i6if ; 
named executor 
to Sarah Sheene 
7 March i65f. 



As 



=Mary, bapt. at Wood- 
bridge 30 August 
1593 ; marr. there 
27 December 1612 ; 
mentioned in wills of 
her father 24 January 
1 6 if, and of her sister 
Sarah 7 March 165^. 
Will dated 20 De- 
cember 1656, proved 
9 December 1657 
(P.C.C. 528 Ruthen). 



Thomas Bolton of Wood- 
bridge, gent (twin with 
Alice) ; bapt. at Wood- 
bridge 27 July 1595; 
executor to his father 
16 April 1617 ; men- 
tioned in will of his sister 
Sarah 7 March 165I. 
Will dated 18 April 
1663, proved 27 January 
i66f (Arch: of Suffolk). 



=j=Mary Wiseman (sister of 
Sir William Wiseman, 
ist baronet), dau. of 
Thomas Wiseman of 
Canfield Hall, co. Essex, 
esquire, by Alice his 
wife, dau. and heir of 
Robert Myles of Sutton, 
CO. Suffolk. Will dated 
8 September 1683, 
proved 15 August 1687 
(Arch : of Suffolk). 



Wiseman Bolton of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, gent ; mentioned in will of his aunt Sarah Sheene 
7 March 165!. Will (nuncupative) made 4 May 1658, proved 15 June 1658 (P.C.C. 
494 Wootton). 



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Edward Bolton, not 21, 21 July Anne, not 16, 26 
1601. January 1587; 

— mentioned in will 

of her brother 
Alice, mentioned in her father's William 21 July 
will 26 January 158^. 1601. 



Joan, mentioned 
in will of her 
brother William 
21 July i6oi. 



Margery, married 
before 21 July 1601 
. . . Butterham. 



Alice (twin with Thomas), 
bapt. at Woodbridge, co. 
Suffolk, 27 July 1595; 
mentioned in her father's 
will 24 January 161^; 
married at Woodbridge 
7 April i5i8, Francis 
Barker. 



Rev. John Bolton, bapt. at Wood-= 
bridge 12 March iS9|-; matriculated 
as sizar of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
Easter 16 15, B.A. from .St. Catherine's 
i6if ; mentioned in wills of his father 
24 January i6iy, and of his sister 
Sarah 7 March i65f. 



= Alice Cocke of Brantham, 
CO. Suffolk ; married at 
Brantham 16 June 1634, 
marriage licence (Ipswich) 
dated 13 June. 



/K 



William Bolton of Ipswich, =]=Mary Seely, 



CO. Suffolk, gent ; bapt. at 
Woodbridge in 1621 ; men- 
tioned in will of his aunt 
Sarah 7 March i6sf ; 
executor to his brother 
Wiseman 15 June 1658, 
and to his mother 15 

August 1687. yf^ 



widow ; marriage 
licence (Ipswich) 
dated 1 1 May 
1670. 



Thomas Bolton 
of Woodbridge ; 
bapt. at \Vood- 
bridge in 162 1 ; 
executor to his 
father 27 January 
i66f ; living 8 
September 1683. 



Edmund Bolton,= 
mentioned in wills 
of his aunt Sarah 
7 March i65|,and 
of his mother 8 
September 1683 ; 
bur. at Wood- 
bridge 25 October 
i7°5- 



=Anne. 



Alice Carey, dau. of Thomas= 
Carey of Woodbridge, gent 
(son of William Carey and 
Mary Bolton); aged 21, 26 
October 1691 ; marr. at 
Sutton, CO. Suffolk, 13 Feb- 
ruary 169^, marriage licence 
(Ipswich) dated 1 1 February ; 
bur. at Woodbridge in 171 1. 
I St wife. 



=Samuel Bolton of Wood-= 
bridge, surgeon ; bapt. at 
Woodbridge 5 July 1668; 
admitted to Woodbridge 
Grammar School 1677. 
Will dated 18 April 1726, 
proved 20 May 17 26 (Arch: 
of Suffolk, Vol. 1723-27, 
fo. 119). 



=Mary Bolton, 
dau. of William 
Bolton of Ips- 
wich ; executrix 
to her husband 
20 May 1726. 
2nd wife. 



Edmund Bolton, 
bapt. at Wood- 
bridge 10 lanuary 
1674. 



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Thomas Filby of=j=Martha, bapt. at Woodbridgc, 



Tuddenham, co. 
Suffolk ; executor 
to Sarah Sheene 6 
July 1654; died 
before 1657. 



CO. Suffolk, 24 March |J|--^ , 
mentioned in wills of her father 
24 January i6iy, and of her sister 
Sarah 7 March i6Sj ; marr. at 
Woodbridge 26 December 1648. 



I 
Josias Bolton of Alderton, co. Suffolk, 
gent ; bapt. at Woodbridge 27 June 
1605 ; mentioned in wills of his 
father 24 January i6iy, and of his 
sister Sarah 7 March 165 J ; bur. at 
Woodbridge 10 May 1658. 



Mary, bapt. at Woodbridge Elizabeth, bapt. 
21 October 1628; bur. at Woodbridge 7 
there 13 September 1640. January i6|-§^. 



Mary, married at Woodbridge 27 September 
1653, John Harvey; mentioned in will of 
her aunt Sarah 7 March 165^. 



Rev. Thomas Bolton, Rector of Hollesley, co. Suffolk ;=f=Martha Bird, dau. Samuel Bolton, 



born at Woodbridge 7 April 1697 ; admitted to 
Woodbridge Grammar School 17 10, and sizar of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, 29 March 17 15, aged 18, 
B.A. 1718; M.A. 1722; Curate of St. Stephen's, 
Ipswich; Rector of Barham, co. Suffolk, 1732-39, 
and of Hollesley 1738; executor to his mother 20 
May 1726; died 8 January 1772. 



of John Bird; admitted to Wood- 
marriage licence bridge Grammar 
(Ipswich) dated School 17 16; men- 
28 July 1726. tioned in his 

mother's will 18 
April 1726. 



Samuel Bolton of Coddenham, co. Suffolk, gent ; bapt.=j=Anne Minster, dau. of Edward 



at Coddenham 23 August 1733; died, aged 43, 31 
August, bur. at Coddenham 4 September 1776. M.I. 
Will dated 24 August 1776, proved 10 October 1776 
(P.C.C. 413 Bellas). 



Minster of Yaxley, co. Suffolk ; 
bur. at Coddenham 23 April 
1784. 



Samuel Bolton of Akenham, co. Suffolk ;=f=Mary Dykes, dau. of Philip Dykes of Ipswich, and 



bapt. at Coddenham 28 September 
1750; died, aged 54, 21 June 1805, 
bur. at Akenham. M.I. Will dated 17 
February 1803, proved 14 August 1805 
(P.C.C. 569 Nelson). /^ 



Sarah his wife ; marr. at St. Matthew's, Ipswich, 
14 February 1778; executrix to her husband 14 
August 1805 ; died, aged 79, at Whitton, co. Suffolk, 
3 April 1S35, bur. at Akenham. M.I. 



(^For issue see "Visilation of England and IFales," 
Vol. XIX., page 10.) 



57 



married after 1637. 
I St husband. 



Armiger,=Sarah, bapt. at Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, =Nicholas Sheene of Alderton, 



2 May 1608; mentioned in her father's 
will 24 January 161" ; executrix to her 
husband 20 May 1653. Will dated 
7 March 165!, proved 6 July 1654 
(P.C.C. 405 Akhin). 



CO. Suffolk, gent. Will dated 
4 August 1652, proved 20 May 
1653 (P.C.C. 382 Brent.) 
2nd husband. 



Edmund Bolton, educated at Woodbridge 
Grammar School, admitted 1717, at Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 15 April 1724, 
aged 17, and at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
admitted August 1726; mentioned in his 
father's will 18 April 1726. 



John Bolton, bapt. at 
Woodbridge 6 Novem- 
ber 1706; admitted to 
Woodbridge Grammar 
School 1 7 18; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 18 April 1726. 



Elizabeth, married 
before 20 May 1726, 
. . . Geater. 



Mary Young,=j=Rev. Thomas Bolton, Rector of Nedging,=j=Elizabeth,died=f=Martha Bobbin, 



marriage licence 
(Ipswich) dated 9 
February 1760; 
died, aged 39, 14 
September 1777, 
bur. at St. Mat- 
thew's, Ipswich. 
M.I. ist wife. 



CO. Suffolk ; bapt. at Coddenham, co. 
Suffolk, in 1736; educated at Manchester 
Grammar School, admitted 21 October 
1752, and at St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted sizar 6 July 1756, 
aged 21, B.A. 1760; Rector of Nedging 
20 December 1763; Perpetual Curate of 
St. Mary-at-Quay, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 
1764 ; Rector of HoUesley, co. Suffolk, 11 
March 1772-83; died, aged 85, at the 
Glebe House, Nedging, 29 l3ecember 182 1. 



A 



at. Nedging 25 
May 1789. 
2nd wife. 



A\ 



marr. in April 
1792; died, aged 
65, at Ram- 
sey, CO. Essex, 
23 June 1830. 
3rd wife. 



A 



Thomas Bolton of=i=Susannah Nelson, dau. of Rev. William Bolton, Rector=j=Mary Wood- 



Wells, co. Norfolk ; 
born 1 1 Decem- 
ber 1752, bapt. 
at Coddenham i 7 
April 1753 ; died 
at Burnham \Vest- 
gate, CO. Norfolk, 
1 7 October, bur. at 
Burnham Thorpe, 
CO. Norfolk, 24 Oc- 
tober 1834. Will 
dated 28 Septem- 
ber 18 ^4, proved 13 
May ;835 (P.C.C. 
275 Gloster). /j\ 



the Rev. Edmund Nelson, 
and sister of Horatio, 
Viscount Nelson, Duke of 
Bronte ; born 1 2 June, 
bapt. at Sporle, co. Norfolk, 
17 June 1755 ; marr. at 
Burnham Thorpe 5 August 
1780, marriage licence 
(Norwich) dated 3 August ; 
died at West Bradenham, 
CO. Norfolk, 13 July, bur. 
at Burnham Thorpe 19 
July 1813. M.I. 



i^For issue see " Visifation of England 
and Wales" Vol. XIII., page 187.) 



of Hollesley, and of Bran- 
caster, CO. Norfolk ; bapt. at 
Coddenham 17 April 1753; 
of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted pensioner 
9 May 1771, aged 18, 
Scholar 1773; B.A. 1775; 
M.A. 1780; executor to his 
father 10 October 1776 ; 
Rector of Hollesley 21 May 
1783; Rector of Brancaster 
26 April 1804; died, aged 
85, 8 March 1S40. 



thorpe, dau. of 
William Wood- 
thorpe of Little 
Oakley, co. 
Essex ; marr. 
at Ipswich 
12 December 
1776; died, 
aged 82, bur. 
21 April 1840. 



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John Carleton=j=Susan, (?) bapt. at Woodbridge, co. 



of Hadleigh, co. 
Suffolk ; living 
in 1637. 



Suffolk, 14 May 1609; mentioned 
in her father's will 24 January 
i6iy; marr. at Woodbridge 6 
September 1632, marriage licence 
(Ipswich) dated 4 September. 



Rachel Bolton, 
bapt. at Wood- 
bridge 29 July 
1 6 10; bur. 2 Au- 
gust following. 



Daniel Bolton, bapt. 
at Woodbridge 10 
January 161 j ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 24 January i6i-J-. 



/N 



Anne, executrix 
to her mother 
20 May 1726. 



Margaret, execu- 
trix to her mother 
20 May 1726. 



Rev. Samuel Carter of Melton, co.=f=Jane, married at 



Suffolk; born 10 May, bapt. at Melton 
20 May 1703; admitted pensioner of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 22 June 
1720, aged 17; Scholar 1722; B.A. 
1724; M.A. 1730. 



Melton 22 Sep- 
tember 1748, 
marriage licence 
(Ipswich) dated 
22 September. 



A 



(?) John Hay, marriage licence^Martha, baptised at Coddenham, Mary, baptised at 
(Ipswich) dated 24 August 1748. co. Suffolk, 15 January 172^. Coddenham 21 

August 1 73 1. 



Henry John Girdlestone of Wells,=i=Anne, bapt. at Coddenham 



CO. Norfolk, M.D. ; bapt. at Holt, 
CO. Norfolk, in 1752 ; died 20 
January 1805. Administration 
granted 14 March 1805 (P.C.C.) 



9 November 1756; marr. 
in 1789; administratrix to 
her husband 14 March 
1805. 



A 



Rebecca Bolton, bapt. at 
Coddenham 25 November 
1759; died, aged 79, at 
Wells 2 1 April 1841, bur. 
at Burnham Westgate. 



Captain Sir William Bolton, R.N. ; entered the= 
Navy in 1793 ; Lieutenant 11 August 1797 ; 
Commander 1801 ; Captain 10 April 1805 ; his 
services included the capture of the French ships 
"Le Basque" and " Le Milan," and the American 
privateer "Regent"; knighted 18 May 1803 to 
act as proxy for Lord Nelson on his installation as 
a Knight of the Bath ; died, aged 53, 16 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Costessey, co. Norfolk, 22 December 
1830. Administration granted 26 August 1831 
(P.C.C.) 



Catherine Bolton, dau. of Thomas Bolton 
of Wells, by Susannah his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Edmund Nelson) ; bapt. at Wells 20 
November 1781 ; marr. 18 May 1803 ; 
administratrix to her husband 26 August 
1831 ; died, aged 75, at Burnham Thorpe 
22 April, bur. at Burnham Westgate 29 
April 1857. Will dated 23 July 1S53, 
proved 23 May 1857 (P.C.C. 351, 57). 



59 



Charles Marmaduke Bradshaw Pierson, Captain 6th \Vest= 
India Regiment ii July 1795 : served under Nelson on 
H.M.S. " Agamemnon," and also on H.M.S. "Captain" 
at the batde of Cape St. Vincent 19 February 1797; died, 
aged 27, on voyage home from Honduras in May 1800. 
Will dated 30 March 1799, proved 9 April 1801 (P.C.C. 
617 Adderhy). /t\ 



=Mary Anne, marr. 
at Burnham West- 
gate, CO. Norfolk, 
i2Decemberi798. 



Emily Bolton, 
died, aged 87, 
at Burnham, 
CO. Norfolk, 26 
February 1 868. 



Rev. Horatio Bolton, Vicar of Docking, co. Norfolk ; bapt.= 
at HoUesley, co. Suffolk, 2 June 1793; educated at Beccles 
and at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 24 February 
1814, Scholar 1814-21; B.A. 1818; M.A. 1823; Vicar of 
Docking and Rector of Oby, Ashby and Thirne, co. Norfolk, 
4 June 1829; died at Thorpe, Norwich, 15 August 1873, 
bur. at Burnham Deepdale, co. Norfolk. Will with three 
codicils dated 26 June 1865 to 19 April 1870, proved 
3 October 1873 (Prin. Reg., 670, 73). 



=Elizabeth Mary Blyth, dau. of 
Henry Blyth of Burnham ; marr. 
13 November 1832 ; died, 
aged 90, at Thorpe 7 June 1895, 
bur. at Burnham Deepdale. 
Will with nine codicils dated 
19 October 1883 to 23 August 
1893, proved 20 July 1895 
(Prin. Reg., 826, 95). 



A son, died Henry Franklin Foley, M.D., of St. Omer,=Emma Horatia, born in March 
in infancy. France; born at Brancaster, co. Norfolk; 1804; died, aged 64, at Wangford, 

died, aged 39, at Southampton, co. co. Suffolk, 21 February 1869, 
Hants, 3 February 1845, bur. at Landford, bur. at Burnham Westgate. M.I. 
CO. Wilts. 



Mary Anne Bolton, 
died, aged 51, at 
Burnham 25 Decem- 
ber 1864. 



Horatio Girdlestone of Wangford, M.D. (son=f=Ellen Catherine, marr 

of the Rev. Henry Girdlestone, by Elizabeth at Burnham Westgate 

Anne his wife, dau. of Thomas Bolton of 

Wells, CO. Norfolk, see page §8) \ born 1 2 

December 1819; M.D. (St. Andrew's) 1858; 

M.R.C.S. 1842 ; L.S.A. 1841 ; died at Lyming- 

ton, CO. Hants, 2 April 1894. /|\ 



12 December 1844 ; 
died at Lymington 13 
July 1891. 



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Pedigree of Ettricke. 



Maughan-Ettrick. 

[Vol. 13, p. 195.] 



William Ettricke of Barford, in Wimborne=f«Eli7abeth, executrix 
died in 1576, bur. in to her husband 28 
M.I. Will dated 18 May 1576. 



Minster, CO. Dorset 

Wimborne Minster. 

March 

1 1 Carew). 



in 1576, bur. in 

Will dated 18 

'57bi proved 28 May 1576 (P.C.C. 



Anthony Ettricke of Barford, = 
gent ; born in 1544 ; executor 
to his father 28 May 1576; 
bur. in Wimborne Minster. 
M.I. Will dated I March 
i6i|, proved 29 December 
1613 (P.C.C. 117 Capei/). 



=Maud Squibb, dau. of Thomas 
Squibb of Shapwick, co. Dorset, 
esquire : executrix to her husband 
29 December 1613 ; living 11 July 
1616; bur. in Wimborne Minster. 
M.I. She married 2ndly John 
Horsey. 



William Ettricke of Barford, gent; born-i=Anne Willis, dau. of 

William Willis of Pamp- 
hill, CO. Dorset, esquire; 
died in 1649, bur. in 
Wimborne Minster. 



m 1590 ; mentioned in his father's 

will I March i6i| ; executor to his 

brother Andrew 25 January 161^; died in 1663, bur. in Wimborne 

Minster. M.I. Will dated 19 March i66§, proved 11 May 1603 

(P.C.C. l^ Juxon). 



Anthony Ettricke of Holt Lodge, co.= 
Dorset, esquire ; mentioned in will of his 
grandfather, William Willis, 24 December 
1636; of Trinity College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated September 1640, aged 17 ; executor 
to his father 11 May 1663, and of his 
brother P"rancis 3 February i66f ; M.P. for 
Christchurch 25 March 1685; of the .Middle 
'I'emple, admitted 26 November 1641 ; 
Barrister 26 November 1652 ; Bencher 22 
November 1672 ; Treasurer 1678; bur. in 
Wimborne Minster 5 July 1703. 



=Anne Davenant, dau. of the 
Rev. Edward Davenant, D.D., 
Vicar of Gillingham, co. Dorset, 
by Catherine his wife, dau. of 
Hugh Grove of Chisenbury, 
CO. Wilts, esquire ; marr. at 
Gillingham i August 1650; 
mentioned in will of Lucy 
Ettricke 10 February 1 66|. Will 
dated 24 June 17 10, proved 23 
June 17 16 (P.C.C. 115 Fox). 



Anne, bapt. at 
.Sturm inster Mar- 
shall, CO. Dorset, 
22 February 

1 62 J ; married 
. . . Norihover ; 
both living 10 
February 1665. 



Elizabeth Bacon, dau.= 
and coheir of Sir Ed- 
mund Bacon, 4th Baro- 
net, of Redgrave, co. 
Suffolk, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. and co- 
heir of Sir Robert 
Crane of Chilton, co. 
Suffolk, Baronet; bur. 
in Wimborne Minster 
28 October 1696. ist 
wife. 



=Wiliiani Ettricke of Wimborne Minster,= 
esquire ; of Trinity College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 8 March i66i, aged 16 ; of the Middle 
Temple, admitted 14 October 1669, barrister- 
at-law 14 May 1675, bencher 27 October 
1679; M.P. for Poole 17 March i684, and 
for Christchurch 12 January i68| until his 
death ; died 4 December, bur. at Wimborne 
Minster 14 December 17 16. M.I. Will dated 
29 October and 16 November 1716, adminis- 
tration granted 2 January 1717- (P.C.C. 211 
Whitfield). 



=Frances Wyndham, dau. 
of Colonel 'Phomas 
Wyndham of Witham, 
CO. Somerset ; adminis- 
tratrix to her husband 2 
January 171^; died in 
Ormond Street, London, 
bur. in Wimborne Mins- 
ter 7 November 17 19. 
Administration granted 
17 June 1720 (P.C.C.) 
2nd wife. 



Anthony Philip Boteler of Woodhall, in U'atton, co. Hertford, esquire (only==Elizabcth Crane, 
Ettricke, son of Sir John Boteler of Woodhall, knight) ; born 5 September, living 29 Ocio- 
died in bapt. at Watton 9 September i58i ; of New College, Oxford, ber 171O. 
infancy. matriculated 10 November 1697 ; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 16 
April 1700; died 7 May, bur. at Watton 15 May 1712. M.I. Will 
dated 18 August 1708, proved 22 May 1712 (P.C.C. 252 Barnes). 



Joan, mentioned 
in her father's 
will 1 8 March 



William Ettricke, 
mentioned in his 
father's will i8 
March i57f. 



Giles Ettricke, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 18 
March 1 57 J. 



Joan, mentioned 

in her father's will 
18 March 157^. 



Other issue died 
in infancy. 



Andrew Ettricke of Barford, in 
Wimborne Minster, co. Dorset; men- 
tioned in his father's will i March 
i6i|. Will dated 11 July 1616, 
proved 25 January i6ly (P.C.C. 15 
IVeldon). 



Penelope, mentioned in wills 
of her father i March i6i§, 
and of her brother William 
II July 1616. 



Lucy, mentioned in wills 
of her father i March 
161",, and of her brother 
William 1 1 July 1616. 



Lucy Ettricke, of Blandford, 
CO. Dorset ; mentioned in 
wills of her grandfather, Wil- 
liam Willis, 24 December 
1636, and of her father 19 
March i66| ; bur. in Wim- 
borne Minster 18 April 1665. 
Will dated 10 February 
i66y, proved 28 April 
1666 (P.C.C. 57 Mko). 



Andrew Ettricke of= 
Sturminster, co. Dor- 
set, gent ; executor to 
will of his sister Lucy 
28 April 1666 : bur. 
at Sturminster Mar- 
shall 10 August 1680. 
Will dated 1 February 
i67f, proved i De- 
cember 1682 (P.C.C. 
146 Cottle). 



=Anne Barber, dau. 
of Robert Barber of 
Ashmore, co. Dorset, 
gent, by Anne his 
I St wife, dau. of Sir 
Robert Seymer of 
Hanford, co. Dorset, 
bur. at Sturminster 
Marshall 1 8 February 



Elizabeth, men- 
tioned in will of 
her grandfather, 
William Willis, 
24 December 
1636 : marr. be- 
fore 19 March 
i66f, John 

Somerset. 



Andrew Ettricke, Anne Ettricke, William Ettricke, Robert Ettricke of Sturminster Mar- 



Lieutenant m 
Erie's Foot 22 
April 1695. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted 19 June 
1700 (P.C.C.) 



bur. at Sturmin- 
ster Marshall 18 
November 1678. 



bapt. at Ashmore 
22 November 

1666; died young. 



shall, gent ; administrator to his 
brother Andrew 19 June 1700; bur. 
at Sturminster Marshall 17 April 
1702. Will dated 11 April 1702, 
administration granted 4 December 
1702 (P.C.C. 194 Heme). 



Edward Ettricke of Salisbury, 
CO. Wilts, Citizen and Salter 
of London; aged about 28, 14 
November 1681 ; died 3 Sep- 
tember, bur. in Wimborne 
Minster 17 September 1717. 
Administration granted 24 
October 17 17 (P.C.C.) 



=j=Elizabeth Hopper, dau. of Thomas Hopper, Citizen and Grocer 
of London, by Ann his wife ; born 19 May, bapt. at St. 
Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London, 20 May 1660; marr. at St. 
Dionis' Backchurch, London, 17 November 1681, marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) dated 14 November then aged about 
20; administratri.\ to her husband 24 October 1717; died 14 
September, bur. in Wimborne Minster 17 September 1737. 
Will dated 4 March 172-, proved 7 November 1737 by her 
daughter Elizabeth Ettricke (P.C.C. 248 Wake). 



Rachel Ettricke of St. James', Westminster; administratrix to her mother 17 June 1720 and 
e,\ecutrix to her father 15 June 1720; bur. at Wimborne Minster. Will dated 11 April 1759, 
proved 25 February 1762 (P.C.C. 50 St. Eloy). 



62 



William Ettricke, 
bapt. at Sturmin- 
ster Marshall, co. 
Dorset, i January 
162I; died young. 



Waiter Ettricke of High Barnes, co. Durham, =i='Margaret Sedgwick, 

esquire; horn 16 April 1628; of Trinity College, 

Oxford ; Collector of Customs at Stockton and 

Sunderland ; Registrar of the Court of Admiralty 

in i66i ; bur. in Bath Abbey 3 August 1700. 

Will dated 20 January 4tw- Portrait by Sir 

Peter Lely painted in i6g8, at Earl Shilton 

Vicarage, co. Leicester, in the possession of Mrs. 

Sophy Grace Afatighan. 



dau. of William 
Sedgwick of Elvet, 
CO. Durham ; bapt. 
at St. Oswald's, 
Durham, 28 January 
1 64 J ; marr. there 
15 March i6|» ; 
living 10 February 
i66|. 



William Ettricke of Silksworth= 
Hall, CO. Durham, esquire ; born 
I June 1661 ; Collector of 
Customs at Sunderland ; died in 
1735- 



'Elizabeth Middleton, dau. and coheir of George Middleton 
of Silksworth Hall, esquire, by Anne his wife, dau. and 
heir of Thomas Ayre of Bishopwearmouth, co. Durham ; 
bapt. 8 May i665 ; marriage licence (Faculty Office) dated 
22 October 1689, then aged 23 ; died 16 February 1759. 



Walter Ettricke, 
bapt. at Bishop- 
wearmouth 23 
August 1 69 1. 



William Ettricke, 
bapt. at Bishop- 
wearmouth 25 June 
1696 ; of Lincoln 
College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 15 June 
1 7 14, aged 17 ; bur. 
22 February 172^. 



Anne Ettricke, 
bapt. at Bishop- 
wearmouth 14 
July 1698 ; bur. 
there 13 August 
1700. 



Thomas Robinson= 
of Sunderland, co. 
Durham ; died in 
1736- 



=Margaret, bapt. at 
Bishopwearmouth 
18 March 170I ; 
married in 1727 ; 
died 27 March 
1762. 



Sir William Middleton of Belsay Castle, in=j=Anne, bapt. at Bishop- 



Bolam, CO. Northumberland, baronet ; succeeded 
his father as 3rd baronet 1 7 October 1 7 1 7 
M.P. for Northumberland 1722 until death 
died 29 September 1757, bur. at Bolam. 



wearmouth 27 December 
1705 ; married i June 
1725 ; died at Silksworth 
12 December 1773. 



A 



Elizabeth Ettricke, 
bur. at Bishopwear- 
mouth 23 March 
i7o|. 



Anthony Ettricke, 
aged 25 in 1687 ; 
died in 1725, 
bur. at Wimborne 
Minster. 



William Player of Hatch, co. Somerset, and of=f=Anne, marr. at Wimborne 



Mangotsfield, co. Gloucester, esquire. Bencher of 
Gray's Inn; admitted to Gray's Inn 7 May 1667; 
died 7 April 1723. Will dated 18 February 
i7|-§-and 5 February 172-2, proved 7 July 1723 
(P.C.C. 152 Richmond). /(\ 



Minster 1 March 167 J; 
executrix to her mother 
23 June 1716 ; living 5 
February 172^. 



John Hody of Nethway, in Brixham, co. Devon, and afterwards of=j=Lucy, bapt. at Wimborne 



Spettisbury, co. Dorset, esquire; born at Withicombe Raleigh, co. 
Devon, 18 February i66|; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
26 May 1682, aged 19; killed by a fall from his horse, bur. in 
Wimborne Minster in 1698. Will dated 9 September 1695, proved 
31 December 169S (P.C.C. 250 Lort). /I\ 



Minster 8 June 1665 ; mar- 
riage settlements dated 1 5 
.\pril 1686; died in 1708; 
bur. in Wimborne Minster. 



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Penelope Ettricke, 
bur. at Sturminster 
Marshall, CO. Dorset, 
30 April 1633. 



Edward Ettricke, 
mentioned in the 
will of his grand- 
father, William 
\\'illis, 24 Decem- 
ber 1636. 



Francis Ettricke, Citizen and 
Ironmonger of London ; men- 
tioned in the will of his grand- 
father, William Willis, 24 Decem- 
ber 1636. Will dated 16 January 
i66f, proved 3 February i66f 
(P.C.C. 14 Bruce). 



Mary Ettricke, 
bur. in Wim- 
borne Minster, 
CO. Dorset, 18 
February 1 6f^. 



Jane Starling, dau. and heir of Richard= 
Starling, by Elizabeth his wife ; marr. at 
St. James', Westminster, 13 July 1693, 
marriage licence (Faculty Office) dated 14 
July ; bur. in the Temple Church, London, 
27 February 1695^, administration granted 
18 December 1700 (P.C.C). Portrait by 
Sir Godfrey Kneller at Earl Shilton 
Vicarage, co. Leicester, in the possession of 
Mrs. Sophy Grace Maughan. 



=Anthony Ettricke of High= 
Barnes, co. Durham, esquire ; 
born 16 August 1663 ; bur. 
9 December 1728. Adminis- 
tration granted 22 June 1734 
(P.C.C). Portrait painted 
in l/lj at Earl Shilton 
Vicarage, i?t the possession of 
Mrs. Sophy Grace Maughan. 



Musgrave Davi-= 
son, married at 
Lincoln's Inn 
Chapel, London, 
21 April 1 7 16. 
ist husband. 



A 



=Elizabeth, died= 
15 June 1 74 1. 
Will dated 4 April 
1740, administra- 
tion granted to 
her son, Musgrave 
Davison, 26 June 
1741 (P.C.C 159 
Spurway). 



=Thomas Medlycott of Ven 
House, CO. Somerset, esquire ; 
bapt. 22 October 1697 ; M.P. 
for Milborne Port 29 April 1734 
to 20 March 1761 ; died in July 
1763. Will dated 22 October 
1762 to 23 May 1763, proved 22 
July 1763 (P.C.C 349 Casar). 
He married 2ndly Elizabeth, 
widow of Gilbert Dawson. 2nd 
husband. 



A 



'Elizabeth Coghill, 
dau. of Henry 
Coghill of Alden- 
ham, CO. Hertford, 
esquire, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Blyth of 
Elferrat, co. York, 
esquire ; bapt. at 
Aldenham 23 April 
1674 ; marr. in 
May 1700; died 
12 November 

1736. Portrait 
by Sir Godfrey 
Kneller at Earl 
Shilton Vicarage, 
in the possession of 
Mrs. Sophy Grace 
Maughan. She 
married istly 

Jacob \Vittewrong 
of Harpenden, co. • 
Hertford. 



William Ettrick of High Barnes, esquire ;= 
born 22 December, bapt. at Aldenham 29 
December 1701 ; educated at Westminster; 
admitted to Lincoln's Inn 17 January i7if ; 
administrator to his father 22 June 1734; 
died 17 June, bur. 29 June 1752. Will dated 
18 April 1752. Portrait painted in //JJ at 
Earl Shilton Vicarage, in the possession of 
Mrs. Sophy Grace Maughan. 



=lsabella Langley, dau. and 
heir of William Langley 
of Elwick, CO. Bedford, by 
Margaret (Sutton) his wife ; 
married at Lincoln's Inn 
Chapel 23 August 1724; 
administratrix to her daughter 
19 January 1779. 



Walter Ettricke, 
bapt. at Alden- 
ham 1 7 Novem- 
ber 1706. 

Sarah Ettricke, 
bapt. at Alden- 
ham 6 Novem- 
ber 1707 ; died 
in 1767. 



Edward Weddell of Yarm, co. York,=Elizabeth, mentioned in the wills=John Carter of 
gent; married at South Shields, co. of her aunts Elizabeth 4 April 1740, Yarm, attorney. 
Durham, 20 March 1745. ist husband. and Helen i February 1785. 2nd husband. 



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Margaret Ettricke, bapt. 
7 December T664 ; bur. 
I September 1688. 



Waiter Ettricke, bapt. Walter Ettricke, bapt. Jolin Ettricke, bapt. 
3 April 1666 ; bur. 24 13 June 1667; bur. 27 August 1668; bur. 
May following. 12 May 1674. 10 August 1674. 



Helen Ettricke, bapt. 
at Aldenham, co. 
Hertford, 7 TSlay 1710. 
Will dated i February 
1785, proved 12 Sep- 
tember 1786 (P.C.C. 
472 Norfolk). 



Henry Ettricke of Chatham, co.=Elizabeth Cartwright, 
Kent, surgeon, R.N. ; bapt. at dau. of 'Ihomas Cart- 
Aldenham 25 December 171 1; wright of London; 
Surgeon's Mate H.M.S. "Green- executrix to her hus- 
wich " 1736; Surgeon H.M.S. band 4 July 1744. 
"Centurion" 1743; died, aged 31, 
in the East Indies, 7 September 
1 743. Will dated y November 
1736 and 30 August 1743, proved 
4 July 1744 (P.C.C. 170 Anslis). 



Elizabeth 
Ettricke. 



William Ettrick of High Barnes, co.= 
Durham, esquire; born 14 May, bapt. 
at Harpenden, co. Hertford, 16 May 
1726 ; died 22 February 1808, bur. at 
Bishopwearmouth, co. Durham. Will 
dated 14 September 1S02, proved at 
Durham 18 June 1808 (P.C.C. 560 
Ely). Portrait painted in lySy at 
Eajl Shilton Vicarag^e, in the possessioti 
of Mrs. Sophy Grace Afaiighan. 



esquire, 
dau. of 



^Catherine \\'harton, dau. of 
Robert Wharton of Old 
Park, CO. Durham, 
by Mary his wife, 
Richard Middleton of Offer- 
ton, CO. Durham, esquire ; 
bapt. 27 July 1726 ; marr. at 
St. Nicholas', Durham, 2 7 Jan- 
uary 1752; bur. at St. Mary's, 
Durham, 24 November 1794. 



John Ettrick of Charles 
Town, Jamaica, \Vest 
Indies ; bapt. 28 October 
1729 ; died in Jamaica. 
Will dated 13 April 
1752, administration 
granted 7 February 1767 
(P.C.C. 45 Legard). 



Rev. William Ettrick of High Barnes ; born 1 7= 
May 1757, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Durham; of 
Lincoln College, Oxford, matriculated i July 
1778, Fellow of University College, Oxford, B.A. 
and M.A. 1786; Rector of Tonerspuddle and 
Vicar of Affpuddle, both co. Dorset ; J. V. for 
CO. Durham ; died, aged 89, 18 January, bur. at 
the parish church, Bishopwearmouth 28 January 
1847. Will with codicil dated 8 October 1838, 
proved 21 June 1847 (P.C.C. 478,47). Portrait 
painted in 1778 at Earl Shilton Vicarage, in the 
possession of Mrs. Sophy Grace Maughan. 



=EIizabeth Bishop, dau. 
of William Bishop of 
The HalljBriantspiddle, 
CO. Dorset ; married 
15 April 1800; died, 
aged 64, at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 22 February, 
bur. at the parish 
church, Widcombe, 
CO. Somerset, 2 
March 1837. M.I. 
at Widcombe and at 
Bishopwearmouth. 



A 

{Eor issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIII., page igj.) 



Catherine, married 
William Budle of 
Monkwearmouth, 
CO. Durham, brewer. 



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Dorothy Ettricke, baptised 
7 December i66g; buried 
17 July 1687. 



Ralph Ettricke, baptised 12 
October 167 1, buried 29 
December following. 



Elizabeth Ettricke, baptised 
2 June 1674; buried 24 
March 169^. 



Rev. Thomas Ogle, Perpetual Curate of Bishopwear--^Anne, baptised 19 



mouth, CO. Durham ; bapt. at Kirk Newton, co. 
Northumberland ; educated at Edinburgh University 
and at Christ's College, Cambridge, admitted 27 
June 1695; M.A. 1695; Curate of Bishopwearmouth 
I October 1694; died i September 1701. /t\ 



October 1677; marr. 
II September 1698 ; 
bur. at Bishopwear- 
mouth s July 1 75 1. 



Mary Ettricke, 
baptised 28 De- 
cember 1680. 



Isabel 


la Ettrick, 


Rachel Ettrick, bapt. 


Langley Ettrick, 


buried 


10 March 


26 January 173^; 


buried 28 June 


i73^' 




administratrix to her 
brother John 7 Feb- 
ruary 1767. 


1735- 



Anthony Ettrick, born 7 March 
173I; mentioned in the will 
of his brother John 13 April 
1752 ; killed on voyage to 
Jamaica, West Indies. 



Waiter Ettrick, baptised 
7 August 1736 ; Mid- 
shipman Royal Navy ; 
died before 1761. 



Anne, baptised 
31 October 
1737; married 
James Moor. 



Judith, living i February 
1785 ; married istly 
. . . Woodward, and 
2ndly Hugh French, 
M.D. 



Philippa Ettrick, of 
St. Marylebone, co. 
Middlesex ; baptised 20 
February i73f. Ad- 
ministration granted 19 
January 1779 (P.C.C.) 



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The Ettricke Cojffin. 

Coffin of thick slate, iron-clamped and painted, in 
the wall of the South Chancel-aisle of Wiviborne 
Minster ; its position is said to be dtte to the declaration 
of Aytthony Ettricke, when offended with the inhabitants 
of Wimborne, that he never zvould be biiried either in 
their church or churchyard ; and persuaded that he would 
die in i6gi, he catised that date to be cut, which was 
afterwards changed to 170J. The arms depicted are : 
On the top : 

Argent a lion rampant and chief gules, Ettricke ; 

impaling. Gules three escallops argent between seven 

crosses-crosslct, fitchee or, Davenant. 

Ettricke impaling, Gules on a chief argent two 

mullets sable. Bacon. 

Ettricke impaling, Argent on a fesse gules three 

annulets or on a canton gules a cross-crosslet or. 

Hopper. 

Argent a fesse gules in chief two mullets sable, 

Player ; impaling Ettricke. 

Argent a fesse per fesse indented vert and or 

betiveen ttvo cotises sable, Hody ; impaling Ettricke. 
On the front : 

Ettricke, on an escutcheon of pretence Bacon 

quartering, argent a fesse between three 

crosscs-crosslet f tehee gules. Crane ; impaling. 

Bacon qtiartcring Crane. 

Ettricke, on an escjitcheon of pretence, azure 

a chevron betiveen three lions' heads erased or, 

Wyndham ; impaling Wyndham. 



67 



Barry. 

[Vol. 14, p. I.] 




Pedigree of Barry. 



Robert Barry of North Goreley, m=f=. 
Fordingbridge, co. Hants (son of 
William Barry of Bicton, in Fording- 
bridge, by Alice his wife) ; mentioned 
in his father's will in 1545. Will dated 
3 January i5Sf, proved at Winchester. 



'Alice, named 
executrix to 
her husband 3 
January 155I. 



Gawyn Barry of North Goreley,= 
yeoman. Will dated 4 November 
1591, proved 22 November 1591 
(P.C.C. 83 Saitiberbe). 



=Katherine, executrix 
to her husband 22 
November 1591- 
Will proved at 
Winchester in 1629. 



1 

Henry Barry, 


Francis Barry of North Goreley, yeoman ;=j=Elizabeth, execu- 


1 
Robert Barry, 


mentioned in 


executor to his father 22 November 


trix to her hus- 


not 21, 4 No- 


Chancery Pro- 


1591 ; aged 25 and more 6 June 1593 ; 


band I July 


vember 1591. 


ceedings (£//3.- 


bur. at Fordingbridge 17 May 165 1. 


1653- 




B. 22, 7). 


Will dated i February 165^, proved 








I July 1653 (P.C.C. 140 Brent). 




c 



Francis Barry of North= 
Goreley, yeoman ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will I February 165"; 
died circa 1666. 



=Chr!stabel, bur. 
at Fordingbridge 
16 March i66|. 



Waiter Barry of Hyde in= 
Fordingbridge, husbandman ; 
mentioned in his father's will 
I February 165Y; bur. at 
Fordingbridge 4 May 1668. 
Will dated in May 1668, 
proved at Winchester. 



A 



=Alice, living 
May 1668. 



Francis Barry of North Goreley, yeoman ;=j=Clare Pope, dau. of Walter Pope of Ringbourne, 



mentioned in his grandfather's will i Feb- 
ruary 165°; bur. at Fordingbridge 21 
March i68f. Will dated 16 March i68f, 
proved 27 February i68i (P.C.C. Cottle). 



CO. Hants, yeoman ; marr. at Fordingbridge 5 March 
165I; executrix to her husband 27 February 1685; 
bur. at Fordingbridge 14 April 1688. Will dated 
5 April 1688, proved at Winchester. 



Daniel Blackford, inentioned=f=Christabel, married before 16 March i68-|; 
in wills of Clare Pope 5 April mentioned in wills of her mother 5 April 1688, 



1688, and of Henry Barry 
II August 1702. 



A 



of her brother Francis 12 April 1698, named 
executrix to her uncle Henry 11 August 1702. 



A son, bapt. 
and bur. at 
Fordingbridge 
23 November 

1655- 



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Ralph Barry of Fordingbridge, 
CO. Hants ; mentioned in will 
of his brother Gawyn 4 No- 
vember 1591 ; died at Goreley, 
in Fordingbridge, 6 June 1593. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Fording- 
bridge 2 August 1609 (C. 
Vol. 6Ss, No. 71). 



Richard Barry,=j= 
not 21, 3 Jan- 

U'lyy issf ; 

living 4 No- 
vember 1591. 

A 



Ralph Barry, 
mentioned in 
wills of his 
father 3 Jan- 
uary 155^, and 
of his brother 
Gawyn 4 No- 
vember 1591. 



Alice, mentioned 
in her father's 
will 3 January 
i55v- 



John Pede of=j=Katherine, marr. 



Glucton; living 
4 November 
1591- 



before 4 Novem- 
ber 1591. 



Barnaby Marshall, = 
living 4 November 
1591- 



A\ 



=Anne, marr. 
before 4 No- 
vember 1 59 1. 



Mary, mentioned in 
her father's will 4 
November 1591. 



A 



William Barry, = 
mentioned^^. in 
his father's will 
iFebruaryi65^. 



A 



John Sox, mentioned=j= (?) Mary, 
in will of Francis 
Barry i February 

A 



Joan, executrix 
to her father's 
will I July 1653. 



Frances Gray, of Breamore,= 
CO. Hants ; marr. at Ford- 
ingbridge 30 December 
1656 ; buried there 18 
December 1697. ist wife. 



=Henry Barry of Fordingbridge, yeoman ; men-=Mary, named 



tioned in his grandfather's will i February 165° 
bur. at Fordingbridge 17 December 1706. Will 
dated 11 August 1702, proved at Winchester. 



Francis Barry, bapt. at Fordingbridge 
17 September 1657, bur. there 23 
March following. 



executrix to 
her husband 1 1 
August 1702 ; 
bur. at Ford- 
ingbridge 4 
February 1 7 of. 
2nd wife. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Fording- 

bridge 7 May 
1657 ; died in 
infancy. 



Francis Barry, 
'bapt. at Fording- 
bridge I Novem- 
ber 1659 ; bur. 
there 31 January 
1 66 J. 



Francis Barry of St. John's, in Fording-=Martha White, 

bridge, yeoman ; bapt. at Fordingbridge marr. before 5 

31 March 1662 ; of St. John's College, April i688 ; 

Oxford, matriculated 20 March 167!^, aged executrix to 

16; executor to his father 27 February her husband 

i68| ; named executor to his mother 5 17 October 

April 1688 ; bur. at Fordingbridge 26 1700. 
October 1699. Will dated 12 April 1698, 
proved 17 October i7oo(P.C.C. ij^qNoel). 



.1 

Elizabeth, bapt. at Fordingbridge 27 December 

1664 ; mentioned in wills of her father 16 
March 168^, and of her mother 5 April 1688; 
married Thomas Morrin of Ringbourne, mercer, 
and died before 11 August 1702, leaving issue. 



William Wing,=j=Clare, bapt. at Fordingbridge 



died before 1 1 
August 1702. 



17 May 1668; marr. after 
5 April 1688, and before 12 
April 1698. 



A 



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Walter Barry of Salisbury, co. Wilts,=i=Margaret, bur. at 



linen-draper ; bapt. at Fordingbridge, 
CO. Hants, 26 December 1670; 
mentioned in wills of his mother 5 
April 1688, and of his brother Francis 
12 April 1698, named executor to his 
uncle Henry 11 August 1702; Mayor 
of Salisbury; died in 1722. 



St. Thomas', Salis- 
bury, 30 January 
i7f^. Will dated 
22 January 17 3^, 
proved at Salisbury 
2 February i7j§. 



Stephen James= 
of Stoure, co. 
Dorset, yeoman. 



=Deborah, bapt. at 
Fordingbridge 1 5 
January 167! > 
marr. after 1 2 
April 1698, and 
before 1 1 August 
1702. 



Rev. Francis Barry, Vicar of West Alvington,=i=Catharine Johnson, 



CO. Devon ; bapt. at St. Thomas', Salisbury, 
3 July 1697; of Trinity College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 17 April 1713, aged 15; B.A. 171^; M.A. 
1719 ; Vicar of Nether Wallop, co. Hants, 15 Oc- 
tober 1722; bur. at West Alvington 11 December 
1734. Administration granted at Exeter. 



marriage licence 
(Winchester) dated 
17 November 1726. 



Margaret Barry, bapt. 
at St. Thomas', Salis- 
bury, 3 February 
169I; bur. there 11 
August 1 701. 



Jared Leigh of St. Andrew= 
by the Wardrobe, London ; 
died I May 1769. Ad- 
ministration granted 24 
May 1769 (P.C.C.) 



'Elizabeth, bapt. at Nether 
Wallop 16 October 1727; 
administratrix to her hus- 
band 24 May 1769. 



Charles Barry, bapt. at= 
Nether Wallop 19 June 
1729 ; mentioned in his 
grandmother's will 22 
January 173^. 



=Margaret. 



A\ 



William Barry, bapt. 
at West Alvington 
14 March i73f. 



Walter Barry of Red Lion Street, London ;= 
bapt. at West Alvington 6 November 
1734; admitted to the Freedom of the 
Goldsmiths' Company i October 1755; 
died in 1792. 



=Alice Gooding, married at 
St. Anne and St. Agnes', 
Aldersgate, London, in 
175s; died in 1799. 



Frances Maybank, born= 
8 June 1757 ; marr. 
at St. Clement's, East- 
cheap, London, 17 June 
1780; died II July, 
bur. in Broadway Chapel 
Ground, Westminster, 
15 July 1798. ist wife. 



=Walter Edward Barry of Bridge Street, West-= 
minster. Citizen and Stationer of London ; 
born 2 1 May, bapt. at St. George-the-Martyr, 
Bloomsbury, London, 30 May 1759; died 
2 1 April, bur. in Broadway Chapel Ground, 
Westminster, 27 April 1805. Will dated 
15 February 1804 and 26 January 1805, 
proved 28 June 1805 (P.C.C. 423 Nelson). 



A 



A 



=Sarah Routledge, marr. 
at St. Clement's, East- 
cheap, London, 2 
February 1799 ; died 
at Stamford Street, 
Blackfriars, London. 
2nd wife. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales,' 
Vol. XIV., page I.) 



70 



John =f=Peggy, bapt. at St. Thomas', 



Westley. 



A 



SaHsbury, co. Wilts, 12 July 
1702 ; marr. at Salisbury Cathe- 
dral 21 October 1724; executrix 
to her mother 2 February i7r^. 



Waiter Barry, bapt. at 
St. Thomas', Salisbury, 
1 1 July 1 703 ; executor to 
his mother 2 February 
17H ' <i'sd in 1760. 



Henry Barry, bapt. 
at St. Thomas', 
Salisbury, 1 2 January 
i70y ; mentioned in 
his mother's will 22 
January 173I. 



John Barry, bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Salisbury, 26 April 1708; mentioned 
in his mother's will 22 January 173I. 



Charles Barry, bapt. at St. 
Thomas', Salisbury, 16 April 
1 7 10, and bur. there 7 July 
following. 



Charles Barry, bur. at 
St. Thomas', Salisbury, 
16 May 1712. 



Margaret, born= 
in 1758; married 
5 January 1793; 
died 25 Octo- 
ber following. 
I St wife. 



A 



=Thomas Key of Great= 
Bath Street, Clerkenwell, 
CO. Middlesex, M.D. ; 
bapt. at Standon, co. 
Stafford, 21 April 1757; 
died 12 August 1837. 



=Mary Lawe, bom 2 Feb- 
ruary 1760 ; married 7 
November 1795; died in 
Lombard Street, London, 
14 December 1829. 
2nd wife. 



Fanny, married 
. . . Hennington. 



A 



Phoebe. 



Charlotte, bapt. at 
St. George-the-]\Iartyr, 
Bloomsbury, London, 
24 September 1761. 



Charles William Barry, 
born at Salisbury Court, 
Fleet Street, London, 
8 December 1765, bapt. 
at St. Bride's, Fleet 
Street, London, i Jan- 
uary 1766; bur. there 
7 January 1769. 



I 
Sarah Barry, born 

7 August, bapt. at 
St. Bride's, Fleet 
Street, 19 August 
1768; bur. there 12 
October following. 



Francis Barry, born 
I May, bapt. at St. 
Edmund - the- King's, 
Lombard Street, Lon- 
don, 4 May 1769; 
bur. there 7 May 
1772. 



71 



Fitzwilliam. 

[Vol. 14, p. 28.] 



Pedigree of Fitzwilliam of Milton, co. Northampton. 



John Fitzwilliam of Greens Norton, co.= 
Northampton, 6th son of Sir John Fitz- 
william of Sprotborough, co. York, knight, 
by Eleanor his wife, dau. of Sir Henry 
Green of Greens Norton, knight. 



^Eleanor Villiers, dau. 
of William Villiers of 
Brokesby, co. Leicester, 
esquire. 



Anne Hawe,= 
dau. of John 
Hawe, Citizen 
and Mercer, 
Alderman of 
London, by 
Margaret his 
wife ; died be- 
fore 28 August 
1516 (date of 
her father's 
will), istwife. 



=Sir William Fitzwilliam of Milton, co. North-= 
anipton, and of Gaynes Park, co. Essex, 
Alderman of London ; Citizen and Merchant- 
Taylor 1490, Warden 1494 and 1498, Master 
1499; Alderman of Broad Street Ward 
7 November 1504 to May 151 1; Treasurer 
and High Chamberlain to Cardinal Wolsey ; 
knighted 1515; Privy Councillor; died in 
London 9 August 1534, bur. at Marholm, 
CO. Northampton. M.L Will dated 28 May 
1534 and 31 July 1534, proved 5 September 
1534 (P-C.C. 17 and 33 Hogen). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Rothwell 14 November 1535 
(C. Vol. 57, A^o. j). {See ''Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. XIX., page 2jo.) 



=Mildred Sack-= 
ville, daughter 
of Richard 
Sackville of 
Buckhurst, co. 
Sussex,esquire. 
2nd wife. 



As 



{For issue see page /c?.) 



=Jane Ormond, 
dau. and coheir 
of John Or- 
mond ; buried 
in church of 
St. Thomas-the- 
Apostle, Lon- 
don. Will dated 
18 and 26 
January 154^, 
proved 23 Octo- 
ber iS42(P.C.C. 
10 Spert). She 
married istly 
. . . Dynham. 
3rd wife. 



B 



Sir William Fitzwilliam of=^Anne Sapcote, dau. of 



Milton and Gaynes Park, 
knight; not 21, 28 August 
1516; aged 31 and more 14 
November 1535 ; knighted 
in August 1572 ; died 21 
December 1576, bur. at 
Marholm. 



Sir Richard Sapcote 
of Elton, CO. Hunting- 
don, knight ; died in 
May 1569, bur. at 
Marholm. 



Richard Fitzwilliam= 
of Ringstede, co. 
Northampton ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 28 May 1534. 



^Elizabeth Knevit, 
dau. of Charles 
Knevit ; (?) mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 16 Novem- 
ber 1528. 



/N 



Sir William Fitzwilliam of Milton, knight ; mentioned in his= 
grandfather's will 31 July 1534; received a lease of lands in 
Ireland 10 July 1547; knighted circa 1549; Vice-Treasurer and 
Treasurer at War, Ireland, 24 July 1559 to i April 1573; 
Lord Justice 18 January is6|, 156I, 1562, 1567, and 1571; 
Lord-Deputy 157J to 12 September 1575, and 30 June 1588 to 
31 July 1594; died at Milton 22 June 1599, bur. in Marholm 
Church. M.I. Will dated 20 March 159^ and 3 January 159I, 
proved 18 July 1599 (P.C.C. 63 Kidd). Inq. p. m. taken at the 
Guildhall, London, 22 January \%ll {C. Vol. 261, No. 83.) 
{See "Dictionary 0/ National Biography," Vol. XIX., page 232). 



=Anne Sidney, dau. of Sir 
William Sidney of Penshurst, 
CO. Kent, knight, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of Hugh Pagenham ; 
marr. 35 Hen: VIII. [1543]; 
died ir June 1602, bur. at 
Theydon Garnon, co. Essex. 
Will dated 5 May and 8 June 
1602, proved 12 June 1602 
(P.C.C. 41 Montague and 
43 Hayes). 



Sir William Fitzwilliam of Milton, knight ; aged 40 and more=j=Winifred Mildmay, dau. of Sir 



22 June 1599 ; -knighted 11 May 1603; died 5 August 1618, 
bur. at Marholm. Will dated 23 July 1618, proved 9 April 
1619 (P.C.C. 39 Parker). Inq. p. m. taken at Oundle 
13 April 1620 (C. Vol. jSj, No. iij). 



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Walter Mildmay of Apethorpe, 
CO. Northampton, knight. Chan- 
cellor of the Exchequer; died 
10 August 1597. 



Rartholomew 
Fitzwilliam. 



Anne, bur. in=fRichaid Fitzwilliam of St.^ 



St. Petei-le- 
Poer, London. 
I St wife. 



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Peter -le-Poer, London, 
Citizen and Merchant- 
Taylor; died in June 1520, 
bur. in St. Peter-le-Poer, 
London. Will dated 3 
June 1520, proved 20 June 
1520 (P.C.C. 30 Ayloffe). 



=Anne Harris, dau. of John Harris, 
Citizen and Merchant -Taylor of 
London, by Marion his wife ; 
executrix to her and husband 23 
July 1528. She married andly 
Alexander Hilton of St. Mary at-Hill, 
London, Citizen and Merchant- 
Taylor. 2nd wife. 



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Sir Thomas Brudenell of Deene,=f» Elizabeth, not Sir Anthony Coke of=j=Anne, marr. 



CO. Northampton, knight; Escheator 
of the counties of Northampton 
and Rutland 1536 ; Sheriff of 
Rutland 1537, and for co. North- 
ampton 1543 ; died 14 March 
i54f. Will dated 9 January 154^. 
Administration granted 5 July 1549 
(P.C.C. 35 Polpuwell). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Oakham 16 April 1550. 



21, 28 August 
1516; marr. in 
1520 ; adminis- 
tratrix to her 
husband 5 July 
1549; died 2 
September 1 5 58; 
bur. in Deene 
Church. M.L 



Gidea Hall, in Rom- 
ford, CO. Essex, knight ; 
executor to Sir ^^'illiam 
Fitzwilliam 5 September 
1534. Will dated 22 
May and 9 June 1576, 
proved 5 March 157?, 
by Richard Coke, son 
(P.C.C. 10 Daughtry). 



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before 28 
May 1534 ; 
diedini579. 



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John Fitzwilliam, died 21 
December 1568, buried at 
Marholm, co. Northampton. 



Bryan Fitzwilliam, served in 
Ireland in 1580. 



John Fitzwilliam, served in 
France in 1557 and in Ireland 
in 1567. 



Sir Richard Wingfield, knight ;=j=Christian, mentioned in her=Sir George Delves, knighted by 



Governor of Portsmouth 
(?) knighted 20 January 154-5-. 
ist husband. /t\ 



grandfather's will 28 May the Lord Deputy of Ireland 
1534. 4 April 1591. 2nd husband. 



John Fitzwilliam of Gaynes Park, esquire; bapt. at St. Benet Fink, London, 4 February i5Sf ; 
admitted fellow-commoner of Christ's College, Cambridge, November 1570, and to the Inner 
Temple i2 April 1573; died in June 1612, bur. at Theydon Garnon, co. Essex. Will dated 
4 and 9 June 161 2, proved 15 June 161 2 (P.C.C. 50 Fenncr). 



William Fitzwilliam, Lord Fitzwilliam ; mentioned in his=f 
grandmother's will 5 May 1602; aged 30 and more 5 August 
1618; executor to his father 9 .^pril 1619; created i De- 
cember 1620, Baron Fitzwilliam of Lifford in the Peerage of 
Ireland; died in the Strand, London, 6 January 164!, bur. 
at Marholm. Administration granted 19 December 1649 
(P.C.C.) 



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pCatharine Hyde, dau. of William 
Hyde of South Denchvvorlh, co. 
Berks, by Catharine his wife, dau. 
of George Gill of Wyddial, co. 
Hertford; bur. at Marholm 11 
February 164I. 



Thomas Fitz\villiam,=f= 
mentioned in the wills 
of his brother Richard 
3 June 1520 and of 
his brother Sir William 
28 May 1534. ^ 



Thomas Rolleston= 
of Rolleston, co. 
Stafford. 



^Elizabeth. =Richard Francis of Foremark, 
CO. Derby; died 22 January 
i52f. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Alfreton 26 October 1529 
(C. Vol. JO, No. 113). 



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Thomas Waddington.=i=Mary.=j=Richard Ogle of Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln, 
ist husband. | | 2nd husband. 



Sir Richard Dyer of Great Stoughton, co. Huntingdon, knight ; executor to=pMary, buried at 



Dame Anne Fitzwilliam 12 June 1602; bur. at Great Stoughton 18 December 
1605. Will dated 9 December 1605; administration granted 12 February 
i6of, to Sir William Dyer, knight, son (P.C.C. 6 Stafforde). /|\ 



Great Stoughton 
22 October i6or. 



Walter Fitzwilliam, mentioned in his grandmother's will 5 May 1602; (?) of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, admitted fellow-commoner 1593; living 23 July 1618. 



William Fitzwilliam, Lord= 
Fitzwilliam; aged about 29, 
II July 1638; succeeded 
his father as 2nd Baron 
6 January 164!; died in 
the Savoy, London, 21 
February 165!, bur. at 
Marholm,co. Northampton. 



=Jane Perry, dau. of Hugh Perry, Citizen and 
Mercer, Alderman of London, by Katherine 
his wife; marriage licence (Bishop of London) 
dated 11 July 1638; bur. at Marholm 8 April 
1671. Administration granted 5 August 1671 
(P.C.C.) She married istlyher cousin, Robert 
Perry of St. Bartholomew -by -the -Exchange, 
London, merchant. 



John Fitzwilliam, 
died in Novem- 
ber 1637. 



Winifred Fitz- 
william, died in 
1635- 



William Fitz- 
william, died, 
aged 6 months. 



William Fitzwilliam, Earl= 
Fitzwilliam ; born at the 
Duchy House, Savoy, London, 
24 April 1643; succeeded his 
father as 3rd Baron 2 1 Feb- 
ruary 165I; created 21 July 
1 7 16, Viscount Milton and 
Earl Fitzwilliam in the Peerage 
of Ireland ; died 28 December 
1 7 19, bur. at Marholm. M.L 
Will dated 27 March 17 17, 
proved 19 January 17!^ 
(P.C.C. 7 Shaller). 



=Anne Crenier, dau. and heir of Edmund 
Cremer of West Winch, co. Norfolk, gent, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of Richard Tryce of 
Godmanchester, co. Huntingdon ; executrix 
and sole heir of her uncle Sir John Cremer 
15 March i66f; marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Holborn, London, 30 May 1669, marriage 
licence (Faculty Office) dated 29 May ; died, 
aged 71, 4 February, bur. at Wareham, co. 
Dorset, 13 February 1717. Administration 
granted 2 March 171^ (P.C.C.) 

{See Vol. 8, page 174.) 



William Fitzwilliam, born at Milton, co. Northampton, 19 August 1678; died Charles 
25 November 1699, buried at Marholm. Fitzwilliam. 



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Sir Thomas Coningsby= 
of Hampton Court, co. 
Hereford, knight ; bur. 
in Hope-under-1 )unmore 
Church, CO. Hereford. 
Will dated lo August 
1616 to 2 July 1623, 
proved 18 March 162^, 
byFitzwilliamConingsby, 
son (P.C.C. 38 Hele). 



=Philippa, mentioned 
in will of Dame 
Anne Fitzwilliam 5 
May 1602 ; died be- 
fore 10 August 1616, 
bur. in llopeunder- 
Dunmore Church. 



Sir John Byron of New-= 
stead, CO. Nottingham, 
knight ; knighted at 
\\'estminster 24 January 
iSl§. Will dated 23 
l'"el)ruary 160 J, proved 
at York 1 1 October 
1604 (Vol. 29, fo. 402.) 



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=Margaret, bapt. at 
St. Benet Fink, 
London, 3 March 
155^ ; mentioned 
in wills of Dame 
Anne Fitzwilliam 
5 May 1602, and 
of her brother John 
4 June 1612. 



John Isham of Pytchley, co. Northampton, esquire (son and heir=j=Anne, mentioned in her 
of Sir Euseby Isham of Pytchley, knight) ; succeeded his father ; grandmother's will 5 May 
II June 1626; died 11 December, bur. at Braunston, co. North- | 1602; marriage settlements 
ampton, 13 December 1626. Will dated 29 September 1624 and 
8 December 1626, proved 4 May 1627 (P.C.C. 52 Skyn?2er). 
Inq. p. m. taken 31 July 1627 (C Vol. 435, No. iif). He married 
:ndly Elizabeth, dau. of Edmund Dunch of Little Wittenham, 



CO. Northampton, esquire. 



dated 8 May 1 604 ; died 
in June 1604. 



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Sir John Lee of Lawshall, co. Suffolk, knight ;=j=Catharine, marriage licence 



bapt. at St. Andrew's Undershaft, London, 12 
October 1606; knighted at Greenwich 28 June 
1629; bur. at St. Andrew's Undershaft 22 May 
1673. \\\\\ dated 9 December 1671, proved 20 
May 1673 (P.C.C. 60 Pye). 



(Faculty Office) dated 18 
January 163I, then aged 21 ; 
(?) bur. at St. Mary's, Bury 
St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, 22 
2nd wife. 



March i66f 



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Anne Fitz- 
william. 



Charles FitzwiUiam of Stamford Baron, co. Northampton ; Captain 
in Sir Lionel Walden's Foot 21 February 167!^, in the Royal 
Fusihers June to December 1685 ; bur. at Marholm, co. North- 
ampton. Will dated 30 April 1689, proved 3 March i6f§, by 
Sir Christopher Wren (P.C.C. 42 Dyke). 



Ferdinando Fitzwilliam. 



Catharine Fitzwilliam. 



Johfi Fitzwilliam, Earl Fitzwilliam ;=j=Anne Stringer, dau. and heir of George Fitzwilliam. 



M.P. for Peterborough 6 October 
1 7 10 until his death; succeeded 
his father as 2nd Earl 28 December 
1 7 19; died 28 August 1728, bur. 
at Marholm. Will dated 26 May 
1726 and 27 August 1728, proved 4 
February 172! (P.C.C. 40 Abbott). 



John Stringer of Sutton-upon- 
Lound, CO. Nottingham ; marr. 
at Carlton-in-Lindrick, co. Not- 
tingham, 17 September 1718; 
died at Bristol 14 September 
1726, bur. at Marholm. 



Catherine Fitzwilliam. 



Frances Fitzwilliam. 



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Sir Christopher Wren, knight, D.C. L., F. R.S. (son of the= 



=Jane, married 



Frances 
Fitzwilliam. 



Very Rev. Christopher Wren, B.D., Dean of Windsor); born at in 1676; died 
East Knoyle, co. Wilts, 20 October 1632 ; educated at West- in 1679. 2nd 
minster and at Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 165^; M.A. wife. 

1653; D.C.L. 1661; LL.D. (Camb.) 1662; Fellow of All Souls' 

November 1653; Professor of Astronomy at Giesham College 
1657-61 ; Savilian Professor of Astronomy at Oxford 1661-73 ! 

Assistant Surveyor-General of Royal Works 1661, Surveyor-General 24 November 1669-1719; 
Surveyor-General for rebuilding the City of London and St. Paul's Cathedral 1666, and 
for repairs to Westminster Abbey 1698-1728; a founder of the Royal Society, President 
1680-82 ; knighted 20 May 1673 ; M.P. for Plympton 20 April 1685, and for Weymouth 26 
November 1701 ; architect of St. Paul's Cathedral, of 52 London churches, and many other 
public buildings; died 25 February, bur. in St. Paul's Cathedral 5 March 1725. M.L 
Portrait by Sir Peter Lely in the rooms of the Royal Society, and by Sir Godfrey Kneller 
in the National Portrait Gallery (see ^'■Dictionary of National Biography," Vol. LXIIL, 
page 80). He married istly Faith, dau. of Sif John Coghill. 



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Rachel Fitzwilliam. 



Mary Fitzwilliam. 
Jane Fitzwilliam. 



Sir Charles Harrington of Harrington Hall, co.= 
Essex, baronet; succeeded his brother as 5th 
baronet while still a minor 26 November 1691; 
M.P. for Essex February 1694 to 17 15; Vice- 
Admiral of Essex; died 29 January 171I, bur. 
at Hatfield Broad Oak, co. Essex. Will dated 2 
July 1712, proved 2 December 171 5 (P.C.C. 
233 Fagg). He married istly Bridget, dau. of 
Sir John Monson, K.B. 



=Anna Maria, marriage 
licence (Faculty Office) 
dated 23 May 1700, 
then aged 23 ; died, 
aged 40, at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 17 July 1717, 
bur. at Marholm, co. 
Northampton. 



William Fitzwilliam, Earl Fitzwilliam ; born i5=|=Lady Anne Watson -Wentworth, dau. of 



January i']\% ; educated at Eton ; M.P. for 
Peterborough 1741; succeeded his father as 
3rd Earl 28 August 1728 ; created 19 April 
1742, Lord Fitzwilliam, Baron of Milton, and 
6 September 1746, Viscount Milton and Earl 
Fitzwilliam of Norborough ; died 10 August, 
bur. at Marholm 20 August 1756. Will dated 
29 June 1751, proved 13 November 1756 (P.C.C. 
294 Glazier). 



Thomas, Marquess of Rockingham, by Lady 
Mary Finch his wife, dau. of Daniel, Earl of 
Winchelsea and Nottingham ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 22 June 
1744; died at Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 29 
August, bur. at Marholm 11 September 1769. 
Will dated 7 August 1767. Administration 
granted 1 2 February 1770 (P.C.C. 53 Jenner). 



Anne Fitzwilliam, 
born 24 March 
1744; died 8 
December 1819. 



Sir Thomas Dundas, baronet. Lord Dundas ; born= 
16 February 174°; M.P. for Richmond 16 March 
1763, and for co. Stirling 8 April 1768 to 13 August 
1794; succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 21 
September 1781 ; created 13 August 1794, Baron 
Dundas of Aske ; Councillor of State to the Prince of 
Wales and Lord -Lieutenant and Vice -Admiral of 
Orkney and Shetland ; died at Aske Hall, co. York, 
14 June 1820. 



■Charlotte, born 14 
July 1746 ; marr. at 
Grosvenor Street, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 14 May 
1764 ; died in 
Arlington Street, 
St. James', London, 
II February 1833. 



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Francis, Lord Godolphin (son of the Very Rev. Henry= 
Godolphin, D.I)., Dean of St. Paul's); of Queen's College, 
O.xford, matriculated 12 July 1723, aged 16; created D.C.L. 
II July 1733; M.P. for Helston 12 May 1741 to January 
1766; succeeded his cousin (Francis, Earl of (iodoljihin) as 
2nd Baron Godol[)hin of Helston 17 January 1766; Governor 
of the Scilly Islands 1766 ; died 25 May 1785, bur. at \\'exhani, 
CO. Buckingham. Will dated 7 and g February 1784, proved 
8 June 17S5 (P.C.C. 309 Diicarel). He married istly Lady 
Barbara Bentinck, dau. of William, 1st Earl of Portland. 



=Anne, born 23 August 1722 ; 
marr. at St. James', Westmin- 
ster, 28 May 1747; executrix 
to her husband 8 June 1785, 
and to her sister Elizabeth 24 
April 1788; died 3 December 
1802. Will dated 16 April 
1799, proved 14 December 
1802 (P.C.C. 894 Kenyan). 
2nd wife. 



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Elizabeth Fitzwilliam, 
of St. James's Place, 
Westminster ; born 9 
December 1724; died 
24 March 1788. Will 
dated 2 1 February 
1788, proved 24 April 
1788 (P.C.C. 1S7 
Calvert). 



John Archer of Welford, co. Berks, and of= 
Holme, CO. Derby ; High Sheriff of Berks 
1765 ; created D.C.L. (Oxford) 9 July 1773 ; 
died, aged 71, at Clifton 8 October, bur. 
at Welford 20 October 1800. M.L Will 
dated 15 November 1794 to 22 September 
1800 (P.C.C. •]62 Adderiey). See "Memorial 
Hi/igs," page 2pj. He married 2ndly 
Elizabeth Jones. /|\ 



=Mary, born 4 February 
172!; marr. 21 March 
1752 ; died 10 Sep- 
tember 1776, bur. at 
Coopersale, co. Essex. 



Lady Charlotte Ponsonby,= 
daughter of William, 2nd 
Earl of Bessborough, by 
Lady Caroline Cavendish 
his wife, dau. of William, 
3rd Duke of Devonshire, 
K.G. ; born 29 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at St. Maryle- 
bone, London, 21 De- 
cember 1747 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 10 July 
1770 ; died at Milton 
House, London, 13 May 
1822, bur. at Marholm, 
CO. Northampton. ist 
wife. 

{See Vol. X., page 40). 



=William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, Earl Fitz-= 
william ; born at Milton, co. Northampton, 
30 May, bapt. at Castor, co. Northampton, 
I July 1748; succeeded his father as 4th Earl 
10 August 1756; educated at Eton and at 
King's College, Cambridge ; succeeded to the 
Yorkshire estates of the \\'entworth family on 
the death of his uncle, Charles, Marquess of 
Rockingham, and by Royal Licence dated 

7 December 1807, took the additional name 
of \\'entworth ; D.C.L. (Oxford) 3 July 1793 ; 
Lord President of the Council July to Decem- 
ber 1794, and again in 1806 ; Lord-Lieutenant 
of Ireland 10 December 1794 to March 1795 > 
Lord-Lieutenant of the West Riding 1798 
-1819; died at Milton House, London, 

8 February, bur. at Marholm 24 February 
1833. {See "Dictionary of National 
Biography;-' Vol. XIX., page 2JJ.) 



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=Hon''''' Louisa Moles- 
worth, daughter of 
Richard, 3rd Vis- 
count Molesworth, 
by Mary his 2nd 
wife, daughter of 
the Ven''''^ William 
Usher; born 23 
October i 749 ; marr. 
at Bishopcourt, co. 
Kildare, 21 July 
1823 ; died i Sep- 
tember 1824, bur. at 
Marholm. She mar- 
ried istly, William, 
ist Baron Ponsonby 
of Imskilly. 2nd 
wife. 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XIV., page ^28.) 



Frances Fitzwilliam, born 22 October 1750 ; 
executrix to will of her sister Dorothy 13 
June 1809 ; died in Up[)cr Wimpole Street, 
London, 28 October 1835. 



Emilia Maria Fitzwilliam, 
born 12 December 1751 ; 
died 8 August 1752. 



Henrietta Fitzwilliam, 
born 21 March 1752; 
died IS July 1771. 



Dorothy Fitzwilliam, of Upper Wimpole 
Street, London; born 22 May 1754; 
died 16 March 1809. Will dated 12 
October 1808, proved 13 June 1809 
(P.C.C. 447 Loveday). 



George Fitzwilliam of St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London ; born 28 February 1756 ; died 6 May 1786. 
Administration granted 13 July 1786, to William 
Wentvvorth, Earl Fitzwilliam (P.C.C.) 



Anne Hawe,= 
dau. of John 
Ha we. 1st 
wife. 



Sir William Fitzwilliam of=f=Mildred Sackville,^Jane Ormond, 
Milton, CO. Northampton, dau. of Richard dau. and coheir 

Sackville. 2nd of John Ormond. 

wife. 3rd wife. 



and of Gaynes Park 
CO. Essex, Alderman of 
London. 



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i^See page 72.) 



Christopher Fitzwilliam of Ore, co. 
Sussex; not 21, 28 May 1534. 
Will dated 27 November 1543, 
proved 28 February iS4f, by 
Richard Sackville, cousin (P.C.C. 
3 Pynning). 



Francis Fitzwilliam of Scampton,=j=Elizabeth Saintpere, 



CO. Lincoln, esquire ; mentioned 
in his father's will 28 May 1534; 
bur. at Scampton 9 March 



dau. of William 
Saintpere ; bur. at 
Scampton 5 Septem- 
ber 1584. 



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Thomas Fitzwilliam of=j=Alice Rufford, Sir Nicholas Strange of Hun-=j=Eleanor, men- 



Kempstone, co. Bedford, 
esquire ; mentioned in 
his father's will 28 May 
1534- 



dau. of William stanton, co. Norfolk, knight ; tioned in her 
Rufford. died 19 February 1579. He father's will 28 

married 2ndly Katherine, dau. May 1534. 
of John Hyde (widow of 
/^ Nicholas Mynn). /j^ 



John Shelley of Michelgrove,=i=Mary, 
CO. Sussex, esquire ; died in 
1550. Will dated 8 and 12 
August 1550, proved 27 
April 1551 (P.C.C. 12 Bucke). 
I St husband. 



mentioned in 



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her^ 
father's will 28 May 1534. 
Will dated 30 January 157!, 
proved 6 February 157I, by 
John and William Shelley, 
sons (P.C.C. 9 Bakon). 



=Sir John Guildford of Hempsted, 
CO. Kent; Sheriff of co. Kent 1552. 
Will dated 4 May 1560 and 
28 May 1565, proved 1 1 July 1565 
(P.C.C. 25 Morriso?i). He married 
istly Barbara, dau. of Thomas, 
Lord de la Warr. 2nd husband. 



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78 




Pedigree of JVright. 



Wright. 

[Vol. 14, p. 37.) 



Thomas \\"iiglit of South= 
Kelsey, co. Lincoln, 2nd 
son of Thomas Wright 
of Staliingborough, co. 
Lincoln, by Elizabeth 
Doughty his wife ; bapt. 
at Staliingborough z6 
October 1687 ; bur. at 
South Kelsey 1 1 January 
1768. Will dated 14 A[)ril 
1766, proved at Lincoln 
27 January i 76S. 



=Ann Bust, dau. of William 
Bust of South Kelsey, by 
Ann his wife, dau. of Edward 
Davis of Thornton-le-Moor, 
CO. Lincoln ; bapt. at South 
Kelsey 2 February i68f ; 
marr. there 26 August 1715 ; 
bur. at South Kelsey 2 April 
1 73 1. She married istly 
Robert Bates of South 
Kelsey. 



(ffjia ^^yi^cf^ 



Edward Wright of North Kelsey, co. Lincoln ; bapt. at South= 
Kelsey 12 September 1716; executor to his father 27 January 
1768 ; bur. at North Kelsey 12 July 1792. M.L Will dated 31 
January 1789, proved at Lincoln 20 July 1792. Portrait in 
oils in the possession of Richard Caldicott Wright of North 
Thoresby, co. Lincoln. 




=Mary Mundy, dau. of Joseph 
Mundy of Pepperdale, in 
Cadney, co. Lincoln, by 
Katherine his wife ; bapt. at 
Cadney i F'ebruary 171° ; 
marr. in June 1741; bur. 
at North Kelsey 4 January 
1779. M.L 



Thomas Wright, 
bapt. at North 
Kelsey 18 April 
1742 ; bur. there 
30 November 
1777. M.L 



Edward Wright of Somerby, near 
Brigg, CO. Lincoln ; bapt. at 
North Kelsey 21 December 1745 ; 
bur. there 15 December 1778. 
M.L Will dated 26 September 
1778, proved at Lincoln 3 May 
1779. 



Rev.Thomas Dawson,=j=Mary, bapt. at 
Rector of Harpswell j North Kelsey 10 
and Vicar of North 
Kelsey, both co. Lin- 
coln ; died, aged 58, 
25 March 1804, bur. at 
Harpswell. M.L 



December 1747 ; 
died at Harps- 
well 2 March 
1822. M.L at 
North Kelsey and 
at Harpswell. 



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William Wright of Brattleby= 
and Somerby, co. Lincoln ; 
bapt. at North Kelsey 22 April 
1750 ; executor to his brother 
3 Slay 1779, and to his father 
20 July 1792 ; died at Somerby 
28 January, bur. at North 
Kelsey 31 January 1797. M.L 



=Ursula Jane Parkinson, dau. of Robert Ann, bapt. at 

Parkinson of Ravendale, co. Lincoln ; North Kelsey 9 

marr. at Ravendale 11 July 1782 ; died at October 175: ; 

Brattleby 15 November 1829, bur. at North died 10 April 

Kelsey. She married 2ndly John Sexty. 1774. M.L at 

Portrait in oils in the possession of Philip North Kelsey ; 

Chetwood Wright at Brattleby Hall. marr. the Rev. 

Thomas Ward. 



Mary Wright, bapt. at Somerby 6 April 1783; died 19 September 1858, bur. at Brattleby. 
Memorial Window in Brattleby Church. Portrait in oils in the possession of Richard 
Caldicott Wright of North Thoresby. 

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John Wright of Wold Newton and of Binbrooke= 
Hall, CO. Lincoln ; bapt. at North Kelsey 9 July 
1758 ; died at Binbrooke Hall 4 January, bur. 
at Wold Newton 11 January 1838. Memorial 
Window in Wold Newton Church. Portrait 
in oils in the possession of Hichard Caldicott 
Wright of North Thoreshy, co. Lincoln. 




^Margaret Searle, dau. of Maurice Searle of 
Tetney, co. Lincoln, by Jane hi.s wife, dau. 
of John Parsons of Wold Newton ; bapt. at 
Tetney 31 May 1761 ; marr. at Wold Newton 
19 June 1788 ; died at Grove House, Caistor, 
CO. Lincoln, 13 September, bur. at Wold 
Newton 18 September 1850. Memorial 
Window in Wold Newton Church. Portrait 
in oils in the possession of Richard Caldicott 
Wright of North Thoresby. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIV., page 37.) 



Edward Wright 
of Brattleby and 
Somerby, both 
CO. Lincoln ; 
bapt.atSomerby 
10 March 1784; 
J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Lincoln ; 
Captain in the 
North Lincoln- 
shire Militia ; 
died 9 August 
1857, bur. at 
Brattleby. M.L 



Rev. William Wright of= 
Owmby, in Searby, co. 
Lincoln ; born 24 March, 
bapt. at Somerby 26 March 
1785 ; of Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, LL.B. 1810; Rector 
of Long Stowe, co. Cam- 
bridge, 16 December 1820, 
and of Healing, co. Lincoln, 
21 February 1837 ; J. P. for 
CO. Cambridge ; died at Park 
Place, Louth, co. Lincoln, 22 
March 1863, bur. at Healing. 
M.Lin St. Michael's Church, 
Louth. Portrait in oils at 
Wold Newton, in the pos- 
session of William Maurice 
Wright. 



=Esther Ingilby, sister of the 
Rev. Sir Henry John 
Ingilby, ist baronet, and 
dau. of the Rev. Henry 
Ingilby of Ripley Castle, co. 
York, by Isabella Jane his 
wife, dau. of Ralph Bates of 
Milbourne, co. Northumber- 
land ; marr. 14 June 1842 ; 
died at Park Place, Louth, 
10 March 1870, bur. at 
Healing. Portrait in oils 
at Wold Newton, in the pos- 
session of William Maurice 
Wright. 



Susanna Hariett 
AVright, bapt. at 
Somerby 14 De- 
cember 1786 ; 
died at Doncas- 
ter, CO. York, 28 
September, bur. 
at North Kelsey 
3 October 1799. 



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Pedigree of Cunliffe. Pickersgill-Cunliffe. 



[Vol. 14, p. 49.] 



Mary,buried=John Cunliffe t;f IconHurst,= 

at Altham, in Altham, gent (3rd son 

CO. Lancas- of John Cunliffe of HoUings 

ter, 28 April and Woodhead, in Altham, 

1627. ist gent, by Isabel his ist wife, 

wife. dau. and heir of James 

Robinson of Pendle, co. 

Lancaster) ; mentioned in 

wills of his grandfather 2 

February 160 J, and of his 

father 13 May 1630; bur. 

at Altham 9 August 1649. 

Will dated 14 June 1649, 

proved at Chester 14 January 



=j=Margaret, exe- 
cutrix to her 
husband 14 
January i6|g; 
living 15 April 
1670. 2nd wife. 



John Cunliffe, mentioned 
in wills of his grandfather 
13 May 1630, and of his 
father 14 June 1649; 
died before 7 November 
1669. 



Nicholas Cunliffe of Iconhurst and afterwards=Christabel Sagar, 
of Haslingdon, co. Lancaster, yeoman ; men- marriage licence 
tioned in his father's will 14 June 1649 ; died (Chester) dated 3 
before 3 June 1696 (date of Inventory). August 1678 ; bur. 
Will dated 7 May 1696, proved at Chester at Altham 2 
16 July i6g6. November 1685. 



Isabel, bapt. at Altham 
20 September 1637 ; men- 
tioned in his father's will 
14 June 1649; living 7 
November 1669. 



I. 
Ellis Cunliffe of Wakefield, co. York, Salter ; bapt.===Mary, execii- 



at Altham 12 May 1642 ; mentioned in his father's 
will 14 June 1649; bur. at All Saints', Wakefield, 
3 April 1 68 1. Will dated 16 February i685, 
proved at York 13 April 1681 (Vol. 59, fo. 25). 



trix to her 
husband 13 
April 1 68 1. 



John Cunliffe of 
Wakefield, salter; 
not 12, 16 Feb- 
ruary 1 68" ; living 
7 May 1696. 



Nicholas Cunliffe of Ilkley, co. York,= 
gent ; bapt. at All Saints', Wakefield, 
8 January 167^ ; mentioned in wills 
of his father 16 February 168^, and 
of his uncle Nicholas 7 May 1696; 
bur. at Ilkley 29 October 1724. 
Will dated 2 June 1724, proved at 
York 25 September 1725 (Vol. 78, 
fo. 214). 



=Anne, bur. 
at Ilkley 
in 1747. 



Elizabeth, mentioned 
in wills of her father 
16 February i68y, 
and of her uncle 
Nicholas 7 May 1696. 



Nicholas Cunliffe of Ilkley; bapt. at Ilkley 13 January=pElizabeth Hind, dau. of Joseph Hind 



i7of ; executor to his father 25 September 1725. Will 
dated 15 February 1763, proved at York 21 October 
1774 (Vol. 118, fo. 368). 



of Addingham, co. York ; died before 
15 February 1763. 



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Ellis Cunliffe of Ilkley and of the High House,=[=Elizabeth Lister, dau. of 



in Addingham, co. York ; bapt. at Ilkley 7 June 
1705; executor to his brother 21 October 1774; 
bur. at Ilkley 20 April 1778. Will dated 25 July 
1777, proved at York 29 October 1778 (Vol. 
22, fo. 133). 



the Rev. Thomas Lister, 
Vicar of Ilkley, and Mary 
(Bowling) his wife; marr. 
at Ilkley 22 October 1738 ; 
living 25 July 1777. 



Mary Cunliffe, 
bapt. at Ilkley, 
CO. York, 8 May, 
buried there in 
June 1708. 



Anne Cunliffe, bapt. 
6 January i 
died in infancy. 



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/ 4iy ) 



John Margerison of Ilkley ; bapt.^ 
at Ilkley 24 February 173I ; living 
25 July 1777- /k 



=Elizabeth, bapt. 6 January i7f§; 
marr. in 1765 ; living 25 July 1777. 



John Cunliffe of High House, in= 
Addingham; bapt. at Ilkley 16 May 
1742 ; administrator to his brother 
12 December 1778 ; died 19 
March 1813. Will dated 3 July 
18 1 2, proved 7 May 1813 (P.C.C. 
237 Heathfield). 



=Mary Thompson, dau. of the Rev. William Thompson, 
Rector of Addingham, by Mary his wife, daughter of 
Samuel Starkey of Halifax, co. York ; born 10 October 
1754; marr. 22 November 1772; executrix to her 
husband 7 May 1813 : died, aged 80, 10 June 1834, 
bur. at Addingham. M.I. 



Ruth Myers, dau.= 
and heir of Joseph 
Myers of Leeds, 
CO. York, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. 
of John Lister of 
ManninghamHall, 
CO. York ; married 
in April 1795; 
died 4 July 1797. 
ist wife. 



=Ellis Cunliffe-ListerT'Cay of Farfield= 
Hall and of Manningham, in Bradford, 
CO. York ; born 12 May, bapt. at 
Addingham 9 June 1774; took the 
additional name of Lister and later 
that of Kay by Royal Licence dated 
20 June 1844; M.P. for Bradford 17 
December 1832 to 23 June 1841 ; died 
24 November, bur. at Addingham 30 
November 1853. 



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=Mary Ewbank,= 
only dau. of 
William Ewbank 
(afterwards Kay), 
of Cottingham, 
CO. York ; marr. 
25Februaryi8o9; 
died 6 March 
1844. 2nd wife. 



=Eliza, widow of 
George Waters 
Mellifont of 
Ballindine, co. 
Mayo ; marr. 
II November 
1844. 3rd wife. 



William Cunliffe of Farfield 
Hall ; born 1 5 October, bapt. 
at Addingham 23 October 
1775; executor to his father 
7 May 1813 ; J. P. and D.L. 
for the West Riding ; died 
19 February 1823, bur. at 
Addingham. M.I. 



Rev. John Coates, Rector of=j=Mary, born 23 December 



Addingham ; Fellow of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. (nth 
Sen. Opt.) 1793; M.A. 1796; 
Rector of Addingham 1 790 ; died, 
aged 67, 16 December 1830, bur. 
at Addingham. 



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1776, bapt. at Adding- 
ham 30 January 1777 ; 
marr. there 31 July 
1806 ; died 6 June 1867, 
bur. at Addingham. 



Richard Parr=j=Eli/.abeth, born 19 



of Algaskirk, 
CO. Lincoln. 



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July, bapt. at Ad- 
dingham, CO. York, 
31 August 1778; 
marr. there 31 Jan- 
uary 1806; died 3 
June 1809. 



John Ellis of Adding^=Harriet, born 9 June, bapt. at 
ham; born at Teign- Addingham 3 July 1780; marr. 
mouth, CO. Devon, 28 August 1828; died 31 De- 
bapt. there 12 May cember 1866, bur. at Addingham. 
1776; died, aged 70, Will dated 30 November 1857, 
4 January 1847. proved at Wakefield 24 January 

1867. 



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Lister Cunliffe, bapt. at Ukley, co. York, 27 August=[=Anne, renounced 



1747 ; executor to his father 29 October 1778; died 
14 November 1778, bur. at Ilkley. Administration 
granted at York 12 December 1778. 



administration to 
her husband 1 2 
December 1778. 



Ellis Cunliffe, hapt. 
at Ilkley 3 Decem- 
ber 1751 ; died in 
1757- 



John Boiling of Ilkley; born=j=Mary, bapt. 21 



27 December, bapt. at Ilkley 

28 December 1746. 



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April 1754; 
marr. in 1776. 



Nicholas Cunliffe, bapt. 
at Ilkley 9 June 1757; 
executor to his father 
29 October 1778; died 
in 1847, bur. at Ilkley. 



Phoebe Cunliffe, bapt. 
20 April 1760; died 
in infancy. 



Thomas Outhwaite=j=Phoebe, born 7 June 



of St. Martin's, 
London ; died 1 2 
June 1868, bur. 
at Addingham, co. 
York. 



bapt. at Addingham 
14 July 1781 ; marr. 
there 23 Novem- 
ber 181 3 ; died 12 
July 1 87 2, bur. at 
Addingham. 



John Cunliffe, born 

20 May, bapt. at 
Addingham 27 June 
1784 ; died 2 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Adding- 
ham 10 November 
1804. M.I. 



Thomas Lister Thompson 
Cunliffe of Westhall Park, 
Addingham ; born 6 
March, bapt. at Adding- 
ham 13 April 1789 ; 
died 2 May 1851, bur. at 
Addingham. M.I. 



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John Pickersgill of Netherne House, co. Surrey ; born i 
August 1785; died at 31 Tavistock Square, London, 11 
November, bur. at Addingham 17 November 1865. Will 
dated 12 June 1865, proved 24 November 1865 (Prin. Reg., 
710, 65). Portrait in the possession of Mrs. Edmund Arthur 
Herbert, another by Nicolas de Barabas, in the possession 
of Harry Pickersgill-Cunliffe, his grandson. 




3=l=Sophia, born 30 March, bapt. 
at Addingham 23 May 1790; 
marr. there 10 August 1810; 
died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
20 December, bur. at Adding- 
ham 29 December 1874. Will 
dated 21 March 1867, proved 
IS January 1875 (1'""- Reg-. 
71, 75) Portrait in the 
possession of Airs. Edmund 
Arthur Herbert, Iter great 
grand-daughter. 



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{For issue see " l'isitatio?i of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIV., page 4g.) 



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Morrice. 

[Vol. 14, p. 55.] 



Pedigree of Morrice of Betshanger, co. Kent. 



William Morrice of Ratcliffe,= 
CO. Middlesex ; bur. at 
Stepney, co. Middlesex, 12 
March i61^. Will dated 15 
June 1676 and 17 October 
1679, proved 23 March 
i6J^(P.C.C. 39 Bath). • 



=Jane Salmon, dau. of Captain Robert Salmon of South 
Ockendon, co. Essex [Portrait in oils by Ilont/wrst, in the 
possession of Frederick Lancelot Hamilton Morrice\ by Anne 
his wife; executrix to her husband 23 March i6J§; bur. at 
Deptford, co. Kent, 4 April 1705. Administration granted 
9 December 1708 (P.C.C.) Portrait in oils by Mignard at 
Brampton, co. Suffolk, in the possession of Frederick Lancelot 
Hamilton Morrice. 



William Morrice of 
Fort St. George, 
India ; born in 
1670 ; Captain in 
the Army ; died 
in captivity among 
the Mahrattas. Will 
dated 12 December 
1698, proved 16 
November 171 1 
(P.C.C. 241 Young). 



Vice-Adniiral Salmon Morrice of= 
Betshanger, co. Kent ; born 1 1 April, 
bapt. at Stepney 25 April 1672 ; 
Lieutenant (H.M.S. "York") October 
1692; Captain (H.M.S. "Royal 
Transport") 14 May 1697; Rear- 
Admiral 21 April 1727; Vice- Admiral 
19 July 1728, retired in March 173!; 
died, aged 68, 21 March i74f, bur. at 
Betshanger 28 March 1741. M.I. 
Will dated 8 August 1739 to 26 De- 
cember 1740, proved 3 April 1741 
(P.C.C. 97 Spiinvay). J'ortrait in oils 
by Tho?nas Highmore at Branifton, in 
the possession of Frederick Lancelot 
Hamilton Morrice. 



=Elizabeth Wright, dau. of William 
Wright, Commissioner of the 
Navy [Portrait in oils by Michael 
Dahl at Brampton, in the pos- 
session of Frederick Lancelot 
Hamilton AIorrice'\ ; born 14 
August 1685 ; died, aged 48, 21 
September, bur. at Betshanger 
I October 1733. M.I. Portrait 
in oils by Charles Jer%)as at 
Bramp{fln, in the possession 
of Frederick Lancelot Hamilton 
Morrice. 



Thomas Dawes of Preston=i=Sarah, born 10 October 



House, Faversham, co. 
Kent ; bapt. 28 February 
168" 



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2nd Lieutenant 
Saunderson's Marines (30th 
Foot) 10 December 1706; 
ist Lieutenant 21 February 
171I; bur. 8 February 1766. 
Will dated 24 January 1750, 
administration was granted 
2 April 1766 (P.C.C. 
133 Tyndall). 



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1702 ; marriage licence 
dated 30 December 1727 ; 
bur. 10 March 1766. Will 
dated 7 February 1766, 
proved 2 April 1766, by 
Sarah Botting, daughter 
(P.C.C. 133 Tyndall). 



Wright Morrice= 
of Ash-by-Sand- 
wich, CO. Kent ; 
born 9 October 
1703 ; bur. at Bet- 
shanger 1 7 May 
1732. Adminis- 
tration granted i 
February i73i- 
(P.C.C.) 



=Sarah Peke, dau. 
of Thomas Peke 
of Hills Court, 
in Ash ; marr. 
before 1 1 May 
1725 (date of 
marriage settle- 
ments) ; living i 
February i73f. 



'William Morrice of Betshanger: born 24 May, bapt. at Betshanger 2 June 1738; Captain 
loth Dragoons 18 March 1760, Major 25 October 1770; died at Putney, co. Surrey, 
26 September, bur. at Betshanger 3 October 1787. M.I. Will dated 25 January 1783, 
proved 12 October 1787 (P.C.C. 460 Major). Portrait in oils by Tliomas Hudson at 
Brampton, in the possession of Frederick Lancelot Hunilton Morrice. 



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Bezaleel Morrice,=Elizabeth Wells, 

died 9 June 1749. marriage licence 

(Faculty Office) 

dated 21 June 

1 7 10. 



. . . Martyn,=f=Jane, administratrix to her 



died before 
9 December 
1708. 



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mother 9 December 1708. 
Portrait in oils at 
Bra?npfon, co. Suffolk^ in 
the possession of Frederick 
Lancelot Hamilton Mar rice. 



A daughter, 
born after 15 
June 1676 ; 
died before 
1 7 October 



William Morrice of= 
Betshanger, esquire, 
J. P. and D.L. ; born 
9 April 1708; executor 
to his father 3 April 
1741 ; died at Can- 
terbury, CO. Kent, 
3 October, bur. at 
Betshanger 13 Oc- 
tober 1758. M.I. Will 
dated 25 July 1755, 
proved 3 November 
1758 (P.C.C. 338 
Jiutton). Portrait in 
oils by Thomas 
Hudson at Brampton, 
in the possession of 
Frederick Lancelot 
Hamilton Morrice. 



=Mary Chadwick, dau. and lieir 
of Captain Robert Chad\vic;k, 
R.N., of Northfieet, co. Kent 
Yl'ortrait in oils by Charles 
Jervas at Bratnpton, in the 
possession of Frederick La?!celot 
Hamilton Morrice\ by Mary his 
wife, dau. and heir of Nordash 
Kand of Ripple, co. Kent ; bapt. 
at Northfieet 18 February i7ii; 
marr. at St. Anne and St. Agnes', 
Aldersgate, London, 16 July 
1737; executrix to her husband 
3 November 1758; died 29 
August, bur. at Betshanger 7 Sep- 
tember 1803. M.I. Portrait in 
oils by Thomas Hudson at 
Brampton, in the possession 
of Frederick La?icelot Hamilton 
Morrice. 



Thomas Boteler 
of Brook Street, , 
Eastry, co. Kent, 
surgeon ; died, 
aged 54, 24 Sep- 
tember 1768. 



=Elizabeth, born 
26 March 171" ; 
marr. before 8 
August 1739, 
marriage licence 
(Cant:) dated 7 
August 1734 ; 
died, aged 65, 6 
August 1775, bur. 
in the church at 
Eastry. M.I. 



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Rev. James Morrice (twin with Robert), of Bets-= 
hanger, co. Kent ; born 5 July, bapt. at Betshanger 
16 July 1739; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
I July 1758, aged 18; B.A. 1762; M.A. 1767; Vicar 
of Flore, co. Northampton, 1767 ; Rector of Bets- 
hanger September 1793; executor to his brother 
William 12 October 1787; died 9 January, bur. at 
Betshanger 15 January 1815. M.I. Portrait in oils 
[AYAra/] by Sir Henry Pae/>i/rn at Bramptofi, in the 
possession of Frederick Lancelot Hai7iillon Morrice, 
his i^reat-grandson. 



=Marie Coltde Ducarel, dau. of Adrian 
Coltee Ducarel (Marquis du Carel) ; 
marr. at Lydbury North, co. Salop, 
19 January 1778; died, aged 92, 
12 September, bur. at Betshanger 
18 September 1834. M.I. Pastel 
Portrait by de la Tour at Brampton, 
in the possession of Frederick 
Lancelot Hamilton Morrice, her 
great-gra?tdson. 



Frederick Edward Morrice of Betshanger ; born at= 
Barford, co. Warwick, 8 December 1778, bapt. there 
5 January 1779; sometime Lieutenant 2nd Dragoons; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Kent ; died, aged 81, at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 18 February, bur. at Betshanger 26 
February 1858. M.I. Will dated 27 April 1850, 
proved 9 March 1858 (Prin. Reg., 152, 58). 
Portrait in oils [Kit-cat\ by John Prescott Knight, R.A., 
at Brampton, in the possession of Frederick Lancelot 
LLamilton Morrice, his grandson. 




=Elizabeth Ellison, dau. of Henry 
Ellison of Hebburn Hall, co. Dur- 
ham, by Henrietta his wife, dau. 
of John Isaacson, son of John 
Isaacson, Recorder of Newcastic- 
on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 
1725-37 ; born 6 April, bapt. at 
Heworth, co. Durham, 29 May 
1786; marr. at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, 6 June 1816; 
died at Grosvenor Place, Bath, on 
Saturday, 2 June, bur. at Betshanger 
9 June 1855. M.I. 

{See Vol. VL., page 201.) 

{J'or issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIV., page 55.) 

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William=Jane, born 27 July 1720; executrix 
Hewet. to her father 3 April 1741. 



James =Maria Susanna, born 2 1 December 
Baddeley. 1721 ; executrix to her father 3 
April 1 741. 



Robert Morrice (twin with 
James), born 5 July, bapt. 
at Betshanger, co. Kent, 
16 July 1739; died in 
infancy, bur. at Betshanger 
in 1740. 



Thomas Morrice of Abergavenny, co. Monmouth, Lieutenant 
R.N. ; born 11 April, bapt. at St. Margaret's, Canterbury, co. 
Kent, 4 May 1742; mentioned in will of his brother William 
25 January 1783; died 25 May 1793- Administration granted 
12 June 1793 (P.C.C.) Portrait in oils by Thomas Hudson at 
Brampton, co. Suffolk, in the possession of Frederick Lancelot 
Hamilton Morrice. 



Henry Bonham of=pCharlotte Eliza- Rev. Andrew Ducarel Morrice, Rector=j=Emma Darby, 



Rochetts, CO. Essex, 
and of Portland 
Place, London ; 
M. P. for Leominster 
I November 1806 
to 29 September 
1812, for Sandwich 
10 February 1824, 
and for Rye 9 
June 1826 ; died 
at Hastings, co. 
Sussex, 9 April 
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beth, born 9 of Betshanger; born 22 January, bapt. bur. at Ever- 

July, baptised at Barford, co. Warwick, 21 February shot, co. Bed- 

at Barford 11 1782; educated at Rugby, admitted ford, 5 June 

August 1780; June 1795, and at Christ Church, Ox- 1840. 

marr. at St. ford, matriculated 19 October 1799, 

George's, Han- aged 17; B.A. 1803; M.A. i8o6 ; 

over Square, Student; Rector of Betshanger 13 

London, 8 De- April 1815; died, aged 84, at Heath 

cember 1802. House, near Leighton Buzzard, co. 

Huntingdon, 30 September 1866. 

Portrait in water-colour at Brampton, 

in the possession of Frederick Lancelot 

Hamilton Morrice. /K 



Thomas Halliday of^-pMaria Margaret, born 20 May, Edward=j=Theodosia Frances, born 



Ewell, CO. Surrey; born 
in 1761; died at Nantes, 
France, in 1839. Ad- 
ministration granted in 
October 1840 (P.C.C.) 



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bapt. at Barford 17 June 1783 ; 
marr. 6 March 1806; died at 
50 Addison Road, Kensington, 
London, 18 January 1869, bur. 
in Brompton Cemetery, London. 



Vernon. 



25 May, bapt. at Flore, 
CO. Northampton, 5 July 
1785 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 6 March 18 10. 



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Pedigree of Brassey. 



Ralph Bressie of the Township of Bulkelcy ats= 
Buckley in the Parish of Malpas Co: Palatine 
of Chester 



=Margaret daughter of 
William Massey of 
Denfield Co: Chester 



Brassey. 

[Vol. 14, p. 60.] 



Richard Bressie of=^ 
Bulkeley aforesaid 
eldest son and heir 



■Elizabeth daughter of 
Randlc Bulkelcy of 
Halghton Co: Chester 



Randle Bressie of \Vinbury=. . . daur of . 
Co: Chester Smyth 



Thomas Brassie of Bulkeley aforesaid. Living at the Hcralds'= 



Visitation of the County of Chester anno 161 



Indenture of 



Settlement of his Estates dated 4 June 1623. Died 31 October 
1631 buried at Malpas. Will dated 22 Oct: 1631, proved 
7 Nov: 1631 in the Public Episcopal Registry at Chester. 



=Amy daughter and coheir 

of Thomas Boothe of 

Cholmondeley Co Chester. 

Living 1 63 1. 



Ralph Brassie eldest 
son, aged 21 at the 
Heralds' Visitation 
of the County of 
Chester anno 161 3. 
Died S. P. before 
June 1623. 



Thomas Brassie 
of Nantwich Co: 
Chester, 2 son 
1 61 3 and eldest 
son 1623. 



I 



Richard Brassie of Bulkeley= 
afsd 3 son but 2 surviving 
1623. Aged 68 at the 
Heralds' Visitation of the 
County of Chester Anno 
1663. Buried 17 April 
1668 at Malpas. 



=Eleanor daughter of Ed- 
ward Dutton of Hatton 
Co. Chester Baptised 1 1 
March 160931 Waverton 
Married 15 Oct 1634 at 
Bunbury Co: Chester. 
Buried i6 August 1669 
at Malpas. 



Richard Brassie eldest son. Aged 28 
at the Heralds' Visitation of the County 
of Chester Anno 1663, Died in his 
father's lifetime, buried 17 July 1664 
at Malpas 



Edward Brassie of Bulkeley aforesaid^Alice, proved 
2 son baptised 11 Feb: 1638 at her husband's 
Bunbury Co: Chester. Will dated Will in 1695. 
24 December 1693 proved 10 April 
1695 ^' Chester. 



John Brassie, 3 son 
Living 1693 



Peter Brassie Thomas Brassie of Bulkeley= 

4 son, bapt: aforesaid and of the Township 

8 Aug' 1647 of Buerton in the Parish of 

at Bunbury Aldford Co: Chester, 5 son. 

Living 1663. Buried 30 March 

1 72 1 at Malpas. Original Will 

dated i6 March 1720. 



■Elizabeth daughter of 
Thomas Bulkeley of 
Bulkeley aforesaid. 
Married 18 Dec: 
1696 at Madeley Co: 
Stafford 

Living 1720 



Robert Brassie of the Township=|=Mary his Wife, Died 1 1 and buried 



of Hatton in the Parish of 
Waverton Co : Chester, Died 3 and 
buried 6 February 1777 tet: 68 at 
Waverton, M.L Adirion granted 
22 October 1777 at Chester to' 
Mary his widow and relict 



16 March 1800 ffit: 84 at Waverton, 
M.L Will in which she is described 
of the Township of Hatton in the 
Parish of Waverton Co Chester Widow 
dated 6 Dec: 1799 proved 23 April 
1800 at Chester. 



Richard Brassie 
a minor 1720. 



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Thomas Bressie of the City of London Citizen 
and Haberdasher =j= 



Edmund Bressie of the City of London 
Merchant 



Ralph Bressie 
2 son 



I 
Hugh Bressie 



William Bressie 

4 son 

Living 1 63 1. 



George Bressie 

S son. 

Living 1631. 



Eleanor wife of John 
Kerrison of Wegland 



I I ' . I 

Hugh Brassie 4 son but Randle Brassie 5 but William Brassie 6 but James Brassie 7 but 

3 surviving son 1623 4 surviving son 1623. 5 surviving son 1623 6 surviving son 1623. 

Living 1 63 1. Living 1631. Died before 1631. Living 1631. 



Elizabeth eldest daughter 
Wife of Anthony Furnivall 
of the Milne House in 
Chelford 1623. 



Alice 2 daiir, wife 
of Richard Herbert 
1631. 



Mary 3 daiir 

1623 
Living 1 63 1. 



Frances 4 
daiir 1623 
Living 1 63 1. 



Amy 5 daiir 

1623. 
Living 1 63 1. 



Mary eldest daughter, 
baptised 5 November 
1636 at Bunbury Co: 
Chester. 



Elizabeth 2 daugh- 
ter baptised 10 
September 1643 
at Bunbury 



Jane, 3 
daughter 



Amy, 4 daughter 
Living 1693 



Sarah, 5 daughter, 
baptised 18 August 
1650 at Bunbury 



Edward Brassie 
a minor 1720. 



Elizabeth, a minor 
1720. 



Anne, a minor 
1720. 



Mary, a minor 
1720. 



Margaret, a minor 
1720. 



Elizabeth, eldest daur and 
coheir, baptised 2 June 
1737 at Waverton, Died 
unmarr'' 17 October 1767 
M.L there. 



Randle Hewitt of Hatton= 
Hall in the Parish of Waver- 
ton Co: Chester, Died 12 
&r buried 15 Mar: 1795 
set: 56 at Waverton M.L 



=Mary 2 daughter & coheir, baptised 
3 April 1739 at S' Peters Waverton 
Married there i Feb: 1760, Died 
24 & buried 28 October 1824 
set: 85 at Waverton M.L 



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Ralph Bressie of Audlem Co= 
Chester, Buried there 27 June 
1603. 



Ellen daughter of . 
Pickering 



Alice, wife of Roger Wright of 
Nantwich Co Chester 



Edward Bressie of Audlem aforesaid, buried there 22 Jan :=f=Frances daughter of Hugh Ward 



1623/4 Will not dated. Inventory dated 29 January 
1623.4, proved 26 May 1624 at Chester 



of MinshuU Co Chester 
Living 1629. 



Edward Bressie of Audlem afores'' Buried 
there 11 April 1629. Will dated 8 April 
1629 proved 30 May following at Chester 



Margaret baptised 13 January 
1 60 1 at Audlem & bur'' there 
2 1 April 1602. 



Ellen baptised 1 1 
March 1604 at 
Audlem 



Mary baptised 
4 June 1605 
at Audlem 



Margaret baptised 5 August 
1607 at Audlem Wife of 
John Daxon 1629 



Frances, baptised 20 No- 
vember 1 610 at Audlem 
Living 1629 



Jane, baptised 8 Aug : 
161 7 at Audlem 
Living 1629. 



Jane, baptised 6 
September 17 15 
at Aldford 



Martha, baptised 
18 Nov: 1 717 at 
Aldford 



I 
Thomas Brassie, bapt'' 14 
Oct: 1743 at Waverton 
Died unmarried 22 and 
buried there 26 Oct 1767 
ast: 24 M.L 



I 

Thomas Brassie of Bulkeley=j=Mary daur of George Harri 



and of Buerton afsd Died 
at Saighton 2 May 1776 
set : 74, buried at Malpas 
M.L Will dated 6 Jan: 
1769, Codicil 19 Jan: 1775, 
proved with the Codicil 29 
May 1776 at Chester. 



son of Aldford Co: Chester, 
baptised there 16 June 
1 7 1 1 Marriage Settlem' 
dated 10 Feb: 1729 & 
married the same day at 
Aldford, Died 14 May 1776 
set : 64 buried at Malpas 
M.L 

G 



Margaret 3 daughter and coheir=i=Thomas Brassie of the Township 



bapt'' 13 Feb: 1740 at Waver- 
ton, Married 29 June 1766 at 
Aldford, Died 21 & buried 24 
Nov: 1820 Eet: 79 at Waverton 
M.L 



of Saighton Co Chester 3 but 2 
surviving son, bapt*^ 16 Sept 1742 
at Aldford, Died 10 and l>uried 
14 Dec 181 5 set: 73 at Waverton 
M.L Will dated 26 July 1814 
proved 13 April 18 16 at Chester. 



Thomas Brassie of Hatton Hall afsd eldest son & heir bapl'' 3 Dec: 1766 at Waverton 
Died S.P. 6 and buried 9 May 1819 set: 50 at Waverton M.L Will dated 31 March 1817 
proved 3 Nov: 1819 at Chester by his aunt Mary Hewitt, widow. 



89 



Richard Brassie Robert Brassie of Bulkeley aforesaid^ 

eldest son bapt'' and of Cotton Edmunds in the Parish 

5 July 1733 of Christleton Co Chester 2 but eldest 

at Aldford & surviving son & heir, bapf* 4 April 

buried there 4 1737 at Aldford, Died 19 & buried 

June 1734. 22 March 1803 set: 65 at Christleton 

M.I. Will dated 26 Jan 1788, proved 

9 July 1803 Adinon vfith Will granted 

15 May 18 1 9 at Chester. 



=Sarah sister of Ambrose Brooke of 
the Township of Edge in the Parish 
of Malpas Co Chester. Marriage 
Settlement dated 1 2 June & married 
6 July 1761 at Malpas, Died 4 & 
buried 9 June 181 7 aet: 80 at 
Christleton M.I. Admon with Will 
granted 10 July 1817 at Chester 



Thomas Brassie of=Elizabeth, died 4 Robert Brassie 2 Richard Brassie of Bulkeley & of 



Bulkeley aforesaid & buried 8 July 

eldest son and 1796 set: 24 at 

heir Died S.P. at Christleton M.I. 
Liverpool. 



son baptised 1 4 
Feb: 1768 at 
Christleton, bur"^ 
there 24 July 1783 



Cotton Edmunds afsd 3 son, bapf^ 
10 April 1769 at Christleton, Died 
unmarr'' 6 & buried 11 April 1S17 
set: 49 at Christleton M.I. Will 
dated 28 March 1817, proved 28 
Mar: 18 18 at Chester. 



Ambrose Brassie 
4 son, baptised 4 
Sept: 1773 at 
Christleton, buried 
there 1 8 May 
1779. 



Mary eldest Margaret 2 but only surviving daughter & sole heir to her 

daur, Died brothers Thomas & Richard Married 21 Feb: 1807 at 

an infant Christleton to ^Villiam Smith of Milton Brook Co: Chester, 

buried 22 She was of Edge House in the Parish of Malpas Co: 

Aug: 1763 Chester Widow, where she died S.P. 23 Feb: 1844 set: 79 

at Malpas buried at Malpas M.I. Will dated 27 Feb: 1833, proved 
15 June 1844 at Chester. 



Robert Brassie of Rough Hill in=Elizabeth daur of John Arrowsmith of Great Sutton in the 



the Parish of S' Oswald Chester, 
bapt*^ 6 Jan''!' 1771 at Bruera 
Died S.P. 26 & buried 29 Dec: 
1826 ret: 56 at Waverton 



Parish of Eastham Co Chester & widow of Samuel Walton 
of Grange House Birkenhead in said Co: Born 25 Oct: 1772. 
Manage Settlm' dated 24 Oct 1809, Marr'^ 5 March 1810 at 
Bebington Co Chester Living his widow at Boughton 
n"" Chester 1851. 



Robert Salmon of= 
Hatton in the Parish 
of Waverton Co Ches- 
ter, bapt: 9 May-1768 
at Waverton, Died 20 
& buried there 23 Sept: 
1843 jet: 75 M.L 



=Elizabeth, eldest daur 
bapt: 18 Dec: 1768 at 
Bruera. Marr'i 17 Sepf 
1797 at Waverton 
Died 25 & buried 29 
Nov: 1838 Eet: 69 at 
Waverton M.I. 



Margaret 2 darn- 
married i^'iy Wil- 
liam Moore & 
2"'">' Captain Bar- 
ber. She living 
1851. 



Mary 3 daur, baptised 
2 Jan: 1776 at Bruera, 
Married there 25 March 
1799 to James Rowe 
of Lache Co Chester. 
He died 5 January 
1834. 



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90 



George Brassey of Buerton afsd 4 son=f=Elizabeth Jackson of 
bapt: 31 May 1744 at Aldford, Died i Waverton afsd, Married 
13 & buried 17 Nov: 1803 set: 59 [ 17 Feb; 1768 at the old 
at Aldford M.I. Will dated 26 .Sepf \ church Chester, Died 2 



1783 Codicil 14 October 1803, proved 
29 Sept: 1804 at Chester. 



& buried 6 Feb: 1834 
aet: 84 at Aldford M.I. 



Margaret eldest daughter 
baptised 11 April 1734 
at Aldford. Married there 
28 Jan'v 1755 Job Watson 



Thomas Brassey of 
Bulkeley and of 
Hatton afsd, eldest 
son & heir, baptised 
21 March 1769 at 
Aldford, Died S.P. 
1 2 & buried there 
15 Apr: 1843 
set: 74, M.I. 



John Brassey of Buerton= 
aforesaid 2 son, Born 
19 May & bapf* 20 July 
1778 at Aldford, Died 
28 Jan: & buried there 
2 Feb: 1831 ast: 52 
M.I. 



=Elizabeth daur of Ralph 
Percival of Haslington Hall 
Co Chester, born 14 June & 
bapt"* 14 July 1778 at Has- 
lington. Married 19 May 
1805 at Warmingham Co 
Chester, Died 31 March & 
buried 4 April 1840 set: 62 
at Aldford, M.I. 



A 

{J^or issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales;' Vol. XIV., page 60.) 



Robert Brassey 
3 son bapf" 14 
Aug: 1780 
Aldford. 



at 



George Brassey 4 son, 
born 9 August 1783, 
baptised 18 February 
1 7 84 at Aldford Died 
at Saighton & buried 
6 September 1844 net: 
61 at Aldford 



Elizabeth daughter of=j=Benjamin Brassey of=T=Esther daughter of 

John Daviesof Tarvin 

Hall Co Chester, 

Marr'J May 1 8 1 1 at 

Tarvin, Died i March 



1815, buried there 
I wife 



Foregate Street Ches- 
ter 5 son, bapt'' 3 July 
1785 at Aldford, 
Died 26 & buried 31 
Oct : 1849 aet: 64 at 
Christleton M.I. 



/K 



John Evans of the 
City of Chester, born 
16 Oct: 1800, Marr^i 
4 Nov: 181 7 at 
S' Bridgets Chester 
2 wife 



A\ 



Richard Brassey 6 son 
bapt: 21 Feb: 1788 
at Aldford 



William Gaman of Brewers=j=Mary eldest daur bap' 9 Dec^ 1770 at 



Hall Co : Chester, 
7 Sept: 1823 aet: 63 



Died 



Aldford, Married there 29 Dec: 1791 
Died 6 Nov: 1814 aet: 43. 



/N 



Richard Weaver=(= 
of Pool Bank 
Tarvin Co Ches- 
ter, Born 1 1 
December 1771 
Living 1 85 1. 



Margaret 2 daur, born 13 
& baptised 28 Dec'' 1773 at 
Aldford. Marr'^ there 21 
Dec' 1798. 

Living 1 85 1. 



Paul Miller of=i=Elizabeth 3 daur bapt: 21 
July 1776 at Aldford. Marr'* 
there 4 Feb: 1799 Died 15 
Oct: 1842 aet: 66, buried at 
Farndon. 



Farndon Co 
Chester Died 
18 Nov: 1820 
aet : 43 bur^^ 
there. 



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yi 



1 

Elizabeth 2 daur 


1 
Frances 3 daur bapt'' 6 


John Palin of Aldford= 


1 
=Mary Elizabeth 4 daur 


bapt'' 2 1 June 


Aug: 1747 at Aldford. 


Co: Chester, baptised 


bapt: 22 Jan: 1750/1 


1739 and buried 


Married there 28 Feb 


there 30 March 1749, 


at Aldford, Married 


there 1 1 October 


1775 Thomas Evison of 


Died 2 1 & bur'' there 


there 3 Mar: 1778, 


following 


Bangor Co: Flint 


25 July 1833 =Et: 85 


Died 10 & bur'" there 18 






M.I. 


Nov: 1778 set: 28 M.I. 



Benjamin Brassey of the City of Chester^ 
Merchant 5 son bapf* 8 July 1749 at 
Aldford, Died in 1826 ast: 77, buried at 
Liverpool 



=Mary daiir of Richard Bruce of Acton and Tattenhall 
Co: Chester, Married in 1779 at Weaverham Co: 
Chester, Died 7 August 1805 set: 57 buried at Wigan 
Co: Lancr. 



Bruce Brassey of 
Liverpool Co Lane : 
eldest son & heir 
bapfi 24 Sept: 1781 
at S' Peters Chester 
Died unmarr'' 25 
Sept: 1846, buried 
at Liverpool 



John Brassey of= 
Tattenhall afsd 
Born 20 Feb: and 
bapt'' 9 April 1790 
at S' Peters, Died 19 
June 1849 buried 
at Davenharn 



=Mary daiir of Ephraim 
Allman of Hartford Co: 
Chester Born 24 Oct 
1784 Married 8 Jan: 
1 81 7 at Great Budworth 
Co Chester 
Living his widow 185 1. 



Sarah only daiir, born 
. . . 1783 bapfi at 
S' Peters Chester, Mar- 
ried Thomas Dodd of 
Christleton Co: Chester 
Both living 185 1 S.P. 



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From tfie records of the College of Arms. 



92 



Pedigree of At lay. 



John Atlay of ShcrifT Hutton, co. York, tailor ;=j=Elizabeth, living 



Atlay. 

[Vol. 14, p. 69.] 



bur. at Sheriff Hutton 18 December 1741. 
Will dated 7 January 1734, proved at York 
15 January 174.! (Vol. 47, fo. 497). 



7 January 173^. 



John = Elizabeth, bapt. 
Robinson, at Sheriff Hut- 
ton 1 7 May 
1696 ; married 
there 13 January 
1 7 if; living 7 
January i73f. 



Richard =Anne, bapt. at 
Harrison. Sheriff Hutton 
30 March 1698; 
married there 
13 February 
i72f; living 7 
January 173I. 



Robert Atlay of Sheriff=T=Elizabeth, 



Hutton, farmer; bapt. 
at Sheriff Hutton 16 
June 1701 ; mentioned 
in his father's will 7 
January i73f ; bur. at 
Sheriff Hutton 5 No- 
vember 1788. 



buried at 
Sheriff 
Hutton 8 
Apr. 1778. 



Anne Atlay, bapt. 
at Sheriff Hutton 
25 September 1730 ; 
(?) married there 3 
April 1763, James 
Cattle. =j= 
A 



I 
Elizabeth Atlay, 
bapt. at Sheriff 
Hutton 17 Sep- 
tember 1733. 



John Atlay of Dewsbury, co. York, 
gent ; bapt. at Sheriff Hutton 24 
January 173!; died 17 October, 
bur. at Sheriff Hutton 20 October 
18 II. Will dated 10 February 181 1, 
proved at York 4 November 181 1 
(Vol. 181 1, fo. 507). 



Mary, married 
in 1754, John 
Pearson. 

I 



Dorothy Atlay, bapt. at 
Sheriff Hutton 23 Jan- 
uary 1 7of ; bur. there 
14 July 1724. 



John Atlay of Sheriff Hutton, farmer ; bapt.=j=Elizabeth, bur. at 



at Sheriff Hutton 12 June 1706; executor to his 
father 15 January 174^ ; bur. at Sheriff Hutton 
22 April 1791. Will dated 5 December 1785, 
proved at York 7 May 1791 (Vol. 135, fo. 239). 



Sheriff Hutton 13 
October 1785. 



1 

Thomas 


Atlay, 


Richard 


Jackson,: 


1 1 
=Elizabeth, bapt. at Thomas=Anne, bapt. at Sheriff 




bapt. at 


Sheriff 


living 5 


December 


Sheriff Hutton 


7 Jan. Prest. Hutton 10 March 




Hutton 


4 July 


1785- 


(?) 


Mar- 


1731; marr. 


there '731; marr. there 21 




1 731; died in 


ried zn 


dly 


Mary 


12 April 1775 


; died February 1757; living 




infancy. 




Jefferson. 




before 5 Dec. 


1785. 5 December 1785. 


A 


John 


1 
^Hannah, bapt. 


lo 


hn = 


1 
=Rachel, bapt. 


1 
John Atlay of Sheriff=i 


f=Jane Spenser, 


Peckitt. 


at Sheriff Hut- 


Lin 


foot. 


at Sheriff Hut- 


Hutton, farmer; bapt. at 


marr. at Sheriff 




ton 


16 May 






ton 4 February 


Sheriff Hutton 1 4 Octo- 


Hutton 25 April 




1737; 


married 






i74t; marr. 


ber 1 745 ; mentioned in 


1772 ; buried 




there 


21 Feb- 






there 17 July 


hisfather's wills Decem- 


there 15 July 




ru.iry 


1757 ; 






1792. 


ber 1 785 ; bur. at Sheriff 


1780. 




living 


S De- 








Hutton 12 November 






cember i78i;. 








1805. Will dated 8 No- 
















vember 1805, proved at 
















York 2 1 December 1 805 
















(Vol. 149, fo. 473). 


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Mary Atlay, bapt. at Sheriff George Dickens of Lilling, co.=Jane, bapt. at Sheriff Hutton 
Hutton 3 May 1773; bur. York, farmer; executor to John 28 May 1774; niarr. there 15 
there 2 June following. Atlay 21 December 1805. June 1797 ; living 8 November 

1805. 

93 



Mary Atlay, 
bur. at Sheriff 
Hutton I 
March 174I. 



Robert Atlay of Sheriff Hutton, farmer ; bapt. at Sheriff= 
Hutton 22 March 174! ; executor to his father 7 May 1791; 
bur. at Sheriff Hutton 8 January 181 2. Will dated 3 December 
181 1, proved at York 30 May 1812 (Vol. 181 2, fo. 509). 




Rev. Richard Atlay, Master of the Grammar School, Stamford, co. Lincoln ;=f=Sarah Robinson, 



born at Sheriff Hutton 17 May 1751 ; Fellow of St. John's College, 
Cambridge; B.A. (sth Sen. Opt.) 1773 ; M.A. 1776 ; Master of the Grammar 
School, Stamford, 1780; Rector of St. John's 30 March 1785, and Vicar of 
St. Martin's, Stamford, 19 January 1787 ; J. P. for St. Martin's, in the Liberty 
of Peterborough; died at the Mermaid Inn, Wansford, co. Northampton, 19 
December 1832. Will dated 12 February 1827, proved 31 January 1833 
(P.C.C. 3 Farquhar). 



marr. at North- 
ampton 7 Jan- 
uary 1783 ; died, 
aged 46, 9 June 
1802. 



Rev. Henry Atlay, Rector of Great Casterton, co. Rutland ; born= 
at Stamford, 7 August 1785; Fellow of St. John's College, 
Cambridge; B.A. 1806; M.A. 1809; Curate of Hardwick, co. 
Cambridge, 19 October 1809 ; Rector of St. George with St. Paul, 
Stamford, 10 May 1814, of Wakerley, co. Northampton, 28 June 
1814; of Tinvvell, co. Rutland, 16 January 1826; of Great Ponton, 
CO. Lincoln, 23 November 1826, and of Great Casterton with 
Pickworth 26 October 1827 ; executor 
to his father 31 January 1833; died 21 
February, bur. at Great Casterton 28 
February 1 86 1. Will dated 21 Decem- 
ber 1850, proved at Leicester 25 March 
1861. 




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=Elizabeth Rayner Hovell, 
2nd dau. of James Hovell 
of Brighton, co. Sussex, 
Barrister-at-Law, by Mary 
Storey his wife ; born 2 
April 1789 ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Cambridge, 4 Jan- 
uary 181 5 ; died, aged 66, 
at Bridge Casterton 23 
November, bur. at Great 
Casterton 28 November 
1855- 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIV., page 69.) 



Rev. Charles Atlay, Rector of Barrowden, co. Rutland ; 
born 29 November 1794 ; of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. (3rd Sen. Opt.) 1816 ; M.A. 1819 ; Rector of St. George 
with St. Paul, Stamford, 4 July 1823 ; Rector of Barrowden 
12 May 1840; executor to his father 31 January 1833; died, 
aged 76, 29 November 1870. 



Mary. Emma Atlay, of St. 
Martin's, Stamford ; died 
6 July 1848. 



William Cattle of Sheriff Hutton,= 
CO. York, farmer ; executor to 
John Atlay 21 December 1805. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at Sheriff Hutton 8 April 1776; marr. 
there 17 December 1799 ; living 8 November 1805. 



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94 




Pedigree of Clay, 



Clay. 

[Vol. 14, p. 81.] 



George Clay of Canibridge,=f=Elizabeth Calvert, dau. of 

Felix Calvert of Albury Hall, 
CO. Hertford, esquire ; bapt. 
at Furneaux I'elham, co. 
Hertford, 15 January 1645; 
marr. there 25 October 1670; 
died 6 March, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground, 
Cambridge, 12 March 169!. 



gent ; executor to his son 
30 October 1 704 ; died 
7 .September 1718. Will 
dated 10 July 17 18, proved 
22 November i7i8(P.C.C. 
2 1 1 Ttnison). 



George Clay of London, goldsmith ; 
died at Cambridge 2 \ October 
1704. Will dated 5 September 
1704, proved 30 October 1704 
(P.C.C. 19S Asli). 



Felix Clay of Enfield, co.^ 
Middlesex; mentioned in will 
of his grandfather, Felix Calvert, 
27 August 1697, and of his 
brother George 5 September 
1704. 



Bolton. 



Calvert Clay, 
living 5 Sep- 
tember 1704. 



Felix Clay of Clapton, co. Middlesex, Citizen and William=j=Frances, mentioned Samuel Clay, 

Goldsmith of London; born in January 169^^; Pond. ' in will of her uncle nipr,tiV,r,ori ;„ 

mentioned in will of his uncle George 5 September George 5 Septem 

1704, and of his grandfather 10 July 1718 ; died ber 1704 ; died 
27 March 1778, bur. at Enfield. Will dated 14 Feb- 
ruary 1778, proved i April 1778 (P.C.C. 146 /Tai'). 

A 



before 14 February 
1778. ist wife. 



mentioned in 
will of his 
uncle George 
5 September 
1704. 



I 
George Clay, men-=j= =j=William Clay of Mile End, co.: 



tioned in will of 
his uncle George 
5 September 1704 ; 
died before 14 
February 1778. 



living 1 4 
February 
1778. 



ist wife. 



Middlesex, gent ; executor to his 
brother Felix i April 1778, and to 
his uncle William 19 May 1781 ; died, 
aged 75, in February 1784. Will dated 
31 January 1784, proved 26 February 
1784 (P.C.C. 70 Rockingham). 



George Clay. Hannah. 



Prudence, 
died young. 



John Browning. =f=Jane, married be- 
Will dated 5 | fore 14 February 



April 1815, 

proved 8 No- 
vember 1815 
(P.C.C. 554 I 
Pakenham). )^ 



1778 ; executrix 
to her husband 8 
November 1815. 



=Susannah 
Amies. 
2nd wife. 



I 
William Clay of Upper Gower Street and Old Broad Street, London, merchant ; 
executor to his father 26 February 1784 ; died, aged 75, in Upper Gower Street 
21 March 1824. Will dated i April 1823, proved 16 April 1824 (P.C.C. 
405 Erskine). 

95 



Thomas Clay, 
died young. 



John Wright of St/ 
Ives, CO. Hunting- 
don, grocer ; died 
22 June, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Slack Hall, 
CO. Derby, 24 June 
1716. A 



=Joanna, marr. at the 
Friends' Meeting 
House, Cambridge, 
24 February 1697 ; 
died 18 October, 
bur. at St. Ives 22 
October 1745. 



John Clay, men- 
tioned in will of 
his grandfather 
27 August 1697, 
and of his bro- 
ther George 5 
September 1704. 



Peter Clay of St.= 
Ives ; executor to 
his father 22 
November 1718 ; 
died 2 July, bur. 
at St. Ives 5 July 
1767. 



Judith Thorp, 
died 22 April, 
buried at St. 
Ives 25 April 
1766. 



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Thomas Clay,= 
born I J une 
1688. 



A daughter, 
died young. 



Francis Clay, William Clay of Buntingford, co. Hertford ; born 
born II July 31 January 169!; received "King's Farm" in 
1691 ; died 29 Furneaux Pelham, co. Hertford, under the will of 
June 1692. his aunt, Mary Calvert, 16 October 1699; died 16 

August 1780. Will dated 23 May 1778, proved 
19 May 1 781 (P.C.C. 232 IVebster). 



Felix Clay of Upper Gower 
Street and Old Broad Street, 
London, merchant ; executor 
to his father 26 February 
1784; died, aged 73, in 
Upper Gower Street 18 April 
1828, bur. at St. Peter-le-Poer, 
London. ^Vill dated 28 July 
1825 to 9 March 1828, 
proved 6 May 1828 (P.C.C. 
262 Sutton). Portrait in oils 
in the possessioji of Sir Arthur 
Temple Felix Clay, Baronet. 



George Clay of Nottingham Place, = 
Marylebone, London; born in 1757; 
died, aged 79, at Fulwell Lodge, 
Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 9 Novem- 
ber 1836. Will dated 14 July 1830 
and 31 March 183 1, proved 22 
November 1836 (P.C.C. 649 Stowell). 
Portrait in oils in the possession 
of Sir Arthur Temple Felix Clay, 
Baronet. 




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=Mary Moorsom, dau. 
of Richard Moorsom 
of Whitby and Scar- 
borough, CO. York, by 
Elizabeth Fairfax his 
wife ; marr. in 1784 ; 
died, aged 80, at 
Nottingham Place, 
Marylebone, 30 May 
1837- 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and JVales," 
Vol. XIV., page Si.) 



James Clay of Bloomsbury Place,= 
London, merchant ; executor to 
his brothers WiUiam 16 April 
1824, and Felix 6 May 1828; 
died at Bloomsbury Place 24 De- 
cember 1828, bur. at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury. Will dated 20 De- 
cember 1 819, proved 17 January 
1829 (P.C.C. 10 Liverpool). 



=Mary Emes, mar- 
ried at St. James', 
Westminster, 19 
September 1800; 
died, aged 73, 
at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 25 De- 
cember 1 84 1. 



James Clay. 



Mary, married Richard 
Blunt. =r 

A 

96 



Joseph Blunt of the= 
Old Pay Office, and 
of Plaw Hatch, co. 
Essex ; executor to 
Felix Clay 6 May 
1828, and to James 
Clay 17 January 
1S29 ; died, aged 76, 
20 January 1S49. 



=Sarah, married at 
St. Peter-le-Poer, 
London, 2 6 August 
1802, marriage 
settlements dated 
25 August ; died 
in Upper Gower 
Street, London, 
31 March 1842. 



Pedigree of Tennyson. 



Tennyson. 

[Vol. 14, p. 92.] 



Ralph Tennyson of Wrawby,^Dorothy Chapman, dau. 


of 


John 




CO. Lincoln ; 


died. 


aged 


Chapman 


of Pickering, 


CO. 




43. 17 


May, 


bur. in 


the 


York ; died 


, aged 84, 


25 


Feb- 




chancel 


at \Vr 


awby 20 


May 


ruary 1776, 


bur. in the 


chancel 




I736. 








at Wrawby. 








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Ralph Tennyson of Great= 
Grimsby, co. Lincoln, 
attorney ; bapt. at Barton 
St. Peter, co. Lincoln, 
14 June 1720; Church- 
warden of Grimsby 1761 
and 1 7 6 2 ; bur. at Preston, 
CO. York, 20 April 1767. 



=Dorothy Hildyard, dau. 
and coheir of Christopher 
Hildyard of Kelstern, co. 
Lincoln ; died, aged 80, bur. 
at Great Grimsby 5 March 
1 78 1. She married istly 
George Clayton, Alderman 
of Grimsby. 



William Watson of=j=Dorothy, bapt. at Grimsby 



Grimsby, surgeon ; 
died, aged 50, 16 
January, bur. at 
Grimsby 2 1 January 
1803. 



18 June 1741; marr. there 
23 May 1782 ; bur. at 
Grimsby 4 December 
1809. 



Michael Tennyson= 
of Preston, co. 
York, and of 
Stainton, co. Lin- 
coln ; bapt. at 
Barton St. Peter, 
CO. Lincoln, 20 
September 1721 ; 
died, aged 75, 
6 October, bur. at 
Hedon, co. York, 
8 October 1796. 
M.I. Will dated 
10 August 1796, 
proved in July 
1797. 



=Elizabeth Clayton, 
dau. and (in her 
issue) heir of 
George Clayton of 
Great (Jrimsby, by 
Dorothy his wife, 
dau. and coheir 
of Christopher 
Hildyard of Kel- 
stern ; bom 30 
December 1725, 
bapt. at Grimsby 
14 January 172! ; 
died 6 January, 
bur. at Hedon 
19 January 1755. 
M.L 



George Clayton Tennyson, 
bapt. at Hedon 28 De- 
cember 1747; bur. there 
13 January following. 



George Tennyson of Bayons Manor=j=Mary Turner, dau. and heir 



and Usselby House, co. Lincoln, 
attorney ; born 7 February, bapt. at 
Hedon 8 February 17!^; M.P. for 
Bietchingly 15 June 1818 to Feb- 
ruary 1819; died, aged 85, 4 July 
1835, bur. at Tealby, co. Lincoln. 
M.L 



of John Turner of Caistor, 
CO. Lincoln, by Margaret his 
wife, dau. of John Sewell ; 
marr. in 1775 ; died, aged 
72, 20 August 1825, bur. at 
Tealby. 



.Matthew Russell of Brancepeth=j=Elizabeth, bapt. John Bourne of Dalby,=i=Mary, bapt. at 



Castle, CO. Durham ; M.P. for 
Saltash 6 July 1802, and again 
12 May 1807 until his death; 
died, aged 57, at Long's Hotel, 
Bopd Street, London, 7 May 
1822. 



at Market Rasen, 
CO. Lincoln, 18 
April 1776 ; marr. 
there 23 January 
1798. 



CO. Lincoln ; died 15 
December 1850. He 
married istly Mary 
Mather. 



/K 



Market Rasen 
4 May 1777 ; 
married in Au- 
gust 1811 ; 
died 26 April 
1864. 



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97 



William Tennyson of Market=j=Susan, died at Hull, 



Rasen, co. Lincoln, attorney; 
bapt. at Barton St. Peter, co. 
Lincoln, 12 July 1723 ; bur. 
at Market Rasen 3 April 
1787. 



CO. York, aged 83, 
24 February 1810. 
She married istly 
Christopher Clayton of 
Grimsby, co. Lincoln. 



John Tennyson, 
bapt. at Barton 
St. Peter 13 
June 1725 ; bur. 
there 7 February 
following. 



Waiter Tennyson, 
bapt. at Barton 
St. Peter 19 Sep- 
tember, bur. there 
30 September 1726. 



Rev. Thomas Jackson Holme, Vicar of=Elizabeth, bapt. 

Sixhills, CO. Lincoln; bapt. at Bampton, at Barton St. 

CO. Westmorland, 20 September 1759; Peter 26 April 

Scholar of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1758; marr. at 

admitted 26 March 177S, aged 18; Market Rasen 

B.A. 1782; Vicar of Sixhills 1791, and 26 November 

of Great Ludford 19 December 1802; 1787. 
Rector of Buslingthorpe, all co. Lincoln, 
1 1 March 1 808 ; died, aged 69, at Sixhills 
25 October 1827. 



Jeremiah Vickery=EIeanor, bapt. 

of St. George's, at Barton St. 

Hanover Square, Peter 28 Octo- 

London. ber 1759; marr. 

at Market Rasen 
10 December 
1792. 



Elizabeth Tennyson, bapt. at 
Hedon, co. York, 21 Feb- 
ruary 175°; bur. there 11 
March 1752. 



William Raines of Wyton,=j=Anne, bapt. at Hedon 29 April 



CO. York ; died 30 November 
1798. 



1753 ; died i January, bur. at 
Tealby, co. Lincoln 6 January 
1814. 2nd wife. 



As 



Rev. George Clayton Tennyson, LL.D., Vicar= 
of Great Grimsby, co. Lincoln ; bapt. at 
Market Rasen 10 December 1778; of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1801 ; M.A. 
1805; LL.D. 181 3; Rector of Benniworth 
21 December 1802, of Bag Enderby and 
Somersby 31 December 1806, and Vicar of 
Great Grimsby 22 August 181 5, all co. 
Lincoln; died suddenly, aged 53, at Somersby 
16 March 1831, bur. there. A\ 



=Elizabeth Fytche, dau. of the Rev. Stephen 
Fytche, B.D., Vicar of Louth, co. Lincoln, by 
Martha his wife, sister of the Rt. Rev. John 
Green, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln; bapt. at 
Louth 18 May 1780; marr. there 6 August 
1805 ; died, aged 84, at Well Walk, Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, 21 February 1865, bur. in High- 
gate Cemetery, co. Middlesex. Administration 
granted 24 October 1865 (Prin. Reg.) 



(Fof issue see '■'■ Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XIV., page g3.) 



98 



Thomas Wressle of==Elizabeth,bapt.at 
Barton St. Peter, Barton St. Peter 
CO. Lincoln. 2 June 17 28. 



Eleanor Tennyson, bapt. 
at Barton St. Peter 25 
February 1729. 



Thomas Tennyson, bapt. 
at Barton St. Peter 30 De- 
cember 1732 ; bur. there 
24 January following. 



Dorothy Tennyson, bapt. at 
Barton St. Peter 8 May 1761 ; 
marr. . . . Stirling of Hull, 
CO. York. 

Fanny Tennyson, bapt. at 
Barton St. Peter 13 June 
1762 ; bur. at Market Rasen, 
CO. Lincoln, 27 August 18 12. 



William Tennyson, bapt. at 
Barton St. Peter 20 October 
1764; bur. there 24 November 
1765- _ 

Ralph Tennyson, bapt. at 
Barton St. Peter 2 March 
1766; bur. there 25 July 1770. 



William Tennyson, bapt. at 
Barton St. Peter 11 May 1768; 
bur. there 31 July 1770. 



Susannah Tennyson, bapt. at 
Barton St. Peter 16 March 
1770; bur. there 19 June 1776. 



Rt. Hon'''"^ Charles Tennyson-D'Eyncourt of Bayons Manor and=j=Fiances Mary Hutton, only 

Usselby House, co. Lincoln ; bapt. at Market Rasen 20 July 

1784; of St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1805 ; M.A. 1818; 

of the Inner Temple, admitted 4 June 1803, Barrister-at-Law 

21 November 1806 ; assumed the name and arms of D'Eyncourt 

by Royal Licence dated 27 July 1835; M.P. for Grimsby 17 

June i8i8 to June 1826, Bletchingley 7 June 1826 to 23 April 

1831, Stamford 3 May 1831, Lambeth 12 December 1832 to 

July 1852; Clerk of the Ordnance 30 December 1830; Privy 

Councillor 6 February 1832 ; F.S.A. ; F.R.S. 19 February 1829 ; 

died at 8 Gloucester Place, Portman Square, London, 21 July 

1861. AVill dated 8 December 1848 to 9 May 1861, proved at 

Lincoln 11 October i86r. /t\ 



child and heir of the Rev. 
John Hutton of Morton, 
CO. Lincoln ; marr. at 
Gainsborough, co. Lincoln, 
I January 1808 ; died, 
aged 90, at 131 Ebury 
Street, Pimlico, London, 26 
January 1878. Will dated 
18 March 1875, proved 16 
February 1878 (Prin. Reg., 
118, 78). 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales,' 
Vol XIX., page gj.) 



99 



Talboys. 

[Vol. 14, p. 99.] 



Pedigree of Talboys. 



Mary Machin, dau.= 
of Thomas Machin 
of Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester ; marr. 
at Cheltenham 4 
July 161 1 ; bur. at 
Tetbury, co. Glou- 
cester, 4 October 
1 63 1. I St wife. 



'Richard Talboys of Doughton,= 
in Tetbury, esquire, son of 
Richard Talboys of Whiston, 
CO. York, by Eleanor his wife, 
dau. of Richard Anderson ; 
purchased the Manor of 
Doughton 20 January 162!^; 
Sheriff of co. Gloucester 
1653; died, aged 87, 3 Au- 
gust, bur. at Tetbury 10 August 
1663. Will dated 4 June 
1663, proved 8 August 1663 
(P.C.C. 1 1 1 Juxon). 



Thomas Talboys, aged 
4 in 1623; died young. 



Richard Talboys, died 
young. 



Lydia, born before 
1623 ; mentioned in 
her father's will 4 
June 1663 ; (?) bur. 
at Tetbury 20 Sep- 
tember 1679. 



=Elizabeth Abarrow,= 
dau. of Sir William 
Abarrow of North 
Charford, CO. Hants, 
knight, by Audrey 
his wife, dau. of 
Andrew Forster 
of Baddesley, co. 
Hants ; married 
at Oldbury-on-the- 
Hill, CO. Gloucester, 
4 December 1632, 
marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) 
dated 24 Novem- 
ber, then aged 
circa 24 ; bur. at 
Tetbury 25 January 
165^. 2nd wife. 



=Katherine (? Saxton, 
sister of Josias Sax- 
ton) ; executrix to 
her husband 8 Au- 
gust 1663; living 
20 December 1682. 
She married 2ndly 
Giles Stedman of 
Tetbury, gent. 3rd 
wife. 



William Talboys, born at Tetbury 
30 May 1656. Will dated 8 
October 1680. 



Cox.=j=(a daughter). 

I 



Alice Garrard, dau.= 
of Silvester Ciarrard 
of Broad Hinton, 
CO. Wilts ; marr. at 
Cliffe Pipard, co. 
Wilts, 5 January 
i6f^; bur. at Tet- 
bury 2 December 
1675. ist wife. 



=Benjamin Talboys of= 
Doughton, gent ; bapt. at 
Tetbury 4 September 1634 ; 
of Wadham College, Oxford, 
matriculated 14 November 
1650 ; bur. at Tetbury 8 
May 1688. Will dated 
2 March i68|, proved 20 
July 1689 (P.C.C. los -Ent). 



^Dorothy, execu- 
trix to her 
husband 2oJuly 
1689. 2nd wife. 



Richard Talboys of Doughton ; mentioned in his= 
father's will 2 March i68|-; executor to his daughter 
Alice II September 1729. Will dated 9 October 
1729, proved at Gloucester 27 October 1730. 



=. . . buried 
at Tetbury 10 
March 17 if. 



Alice, bapt. at Tetbury 
31 December 1663; 
mentioned in her 
father's will 2 March 
1 681 



Benjamin Talboys, 
bur. at Tetbury 
3 May 1697. 



Richard Talboys, 
bapt. at Tetbury 
3 December 1696; 
bur. there 28 
February 172^. 



Alice Talboys, of Doughton ; 
bur. at Tetbury 26 August 
1729. Will dated 21 August 
1729, proved at Gloucester ii 
September 1729. 



Frances Talboys, 
bapt. at Tetbury 
28 September 
1699 ; bur. there 
14 January 172^. 



Samuel Talboys, bapt. at Andrew Talboys of Highfield, in Tetbury,=f=(? . . . Saxton, 



Tetbury, co. C'.loucester, 26 co. Gloucester; bapt. at Tetbury 7 May 1637 
December 1635 ; died young, bur. at Tetbury 19 February 168". 



sister of Josias 
Saxton.) 



Richard Talboys of Bradford, co. Wilts, gent; bapt. at Elizabeth, bapt. Frances, bapt. 

Tetbury 29 June 1672; of Queen's College, Oxford, at Tetbury 25 at Tetbury 14 

matriculated 19 May 1694. Will dated 10 January 169I, August 1665. Septemberi667. 
proved 15 December 1699 (P.C.C. 197 Pelt). 



Charles Smith of Barton End, in Horsley,=Frances, bapt. at Tetbury 22 September 1657 ; 
CO. Gloucester ; bapt. at Nibley, CO. Gloucester, mentioned in her father's will 4 June 1663; 
10 April 1642. marr. at Tetbury 13 January 167J. 



Benjamin Talboys=j= 
of Tetbury; bapt. 
at Tetbury 10 
September 1666 ; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 2 
March i68|^; bur. 
at Tetbury 29 
July 1721. 



Anthony Talboys of Charleton, co. Wilts, attorney ;-i=(?) Katherine, 
bapt. at Tetbury 23 June 1670; mentioned in his 
mother's will 2 March i68|^. Administration 
granted 17 November 1710 (Arch: of Wilts). 



administratrix 
to her son 5 
January 172^. 



_ 



Lucy, living 6 Mary, living 6 Katherine, liv- 
March 1747. March 174^. ing 6 March 

1 74y ; married 
. . . Dart. 



(?) Anthony Talboys of 
H.M.S." Bristol"; died 
on board the"Dunkirk." 
Administration granted 
5 January i73^(P.C.C.) 



Thomas Talboys of Doughton in Tetbury, esquire; Churchwarden 1734-41 ;=i=Sarah, buried 



executor to his uncle Richard 27 October 1730, to Thomas Talboys 19 May 
1731, and to his aunt Silvester 21 March 174^; died in January 1765, bur. at 
Tetbury. Will dated 9 January 1765, proved 13 March 1765 (P.C.C. 21 
Riishwortk). He left Doughton to his kinsman Thomas Talboys, aged 
about II, son of his late kinsman Charles Talboys {see "Visitation of 
£?!gla?td and Wales," Vol. XIV., page gg). 



at Tetbury 1 2 
January 1 74 J. 



Thomas Talboys, bapt. at Tetbury 14 July 
1737 ; bur. there 6 September following. 



Benjamin Talboys,= 
living 6 February 
i7l§; (?)died, aged 
73, I October 1766, 
bur. at Eastington, 
CO. Gloucester. M.I. 



=Mary Hill, married at 
Eastington i May 
1719 ; (?) died, aged 
71, 23 December 
1759, bur. at East- 
ington. M.I. 



Richard Talboys, bapt. at Tetbury 1 1 
April 1695 ; mentioned in the wills of 
Silvester Usher 6 March 174^, and of 
his brother Thomas 9 January 1765; 
bur. at Tetbury i April 1767. 



Other 
issue. 



Richard Talboys, bapt. at Tetbury 18 .August 1722 ; died 



4 February, bur. at Tetbury 6 February 
Administration granted i June 1771 (P.C.C-".) 



17|§. Browning. 



John =j=Alice, married after 



21 August 1729 ; 
died 24 August 1736. 



A 



Elizabeth Talboys, bapt. at 

Tetbury, co. Gloucester, 5 

July 1638, bur. there 14 
March following. 



Thomas =Rebecca, bapt. at Tetbury 5 September 1639 ; 
Clutterbuck. mentioned in her father's will 4 June 1663; 
marr. at Oldbury-on-the-Hill, co. Gloucester, 
27 October 1664. 



Thomas Talboys, received from his father, 
4 May 1663, a joint interest in Highfield with 
his brother Andrew (see C. F. before 17 14; 
Reynardson, 229, 84) ; bur. at Tetbury, co. 
Gloucester, 8 February i66f. 



Richard Talboys, received an estate=p 
at Kingswood, co. Wilts, from his 
father 12 June 1663 {see C. P. 
before 17 14; Rey?iardson, 38, 77). 



Thomas Talboys of 
Hoxton, CO. Middlesex, 
esquire. Will dated i 
May 1 73 1, proved 19 
May 1 731 (RC.C. 135 
Iskam). 



Richard Talboys, 
bapt. at Tetbury 
II April 1672. 



Benjamin Talboys, bapt.=j=Mary Powell, marr. 



at Tetbury 3 April 
1673 ; (?) buried there 
7 January 174^. 



at Tetbury 23 No- 
vember 1712 ; bur. 
there 14 April 1723. 



Richard Talboys, Alice, baptised 
baptised 15 Sep- 12 April 17 15. 
tember 17 13. 



Ann, baptised 3 
November 171 7. 



James Morton=j=Anne, bapt. at Tetbury 



of Tetbury ; 
living 9 Octo- 
ber 1729. 



17 June 1680; marr. 
there 29 July 1706 ; 
living I May 1731. 



A 



Joseph^Elizabeth, marr. 

Blake, at Tetbury 18 
Mayi727;living 
6 March 174^. 



Toby=j=Frances, marr. at 
Mill. Tetbury 27 June 

1725; living I 

May 1731. 



A 



Mary Talboys, bapt. at 
Tetbury 20 December 
1659 ; died young. 



Samuel Talboys, bapt. at Tetbury 
22 April 1662; bur. there 9 June 
1663. 



Mary Talboys, bapt. at 
Tetbury 20 April 1663 ; 
died young. 



. . . Halliday.=Silvester, bapt. at Tetbury 12 June i673;^John Usher of Trowbridge, 
I st husband. mentioned in his father's will 2 March i68|. co. Wilts, clothier; living 6 

Will dated 6 March 174^, proved 21 March March 174^. 2nd husband. 

i74f (P.C.C. 85 Potter). 



Pedigree of Bodington of Cubbington, co. JVarwick. 



Bodingfton. 

[Vol. 14, p. 117.] 



George Bodington of Great Harborougli and= 
afterwards of Cubbington Grange, both co. 
Warwick, yeoman (son of Nicholas Bodington 
of Great Ilarborough, by Joan his wife); 
mentioned in his mother's will 12 June 1557 ; 
executor to will of his brother Nicholas 1586. 
Will dated 17 January i60jj, proved at Lich- 
field 19 March i6y.l, inventory taken 10 
March i6f§. 



=Elizabeth Fawkoner, dau. and heir 
of Thomas Fawkoner of Cubbington 
Grange; marr. at Great llarborough 
20 November 1556 ; bur. there 30 
March 1614. Will dated 19 March 
161 .^, proved at Lichfield 28 March 
1614, inventory taken 25 March. 



Nicholas Bodington of Cub-= 
bington Grange, yeoman ; 
mentioned in his father's will 
17 January i6of; died 21 
November 1636. Will dated 
14 November 1636, proved at 
Lichfield. Inq. p. m. taken 
at Marton, co. Warwick, 23 
February 1634 (C Vol. Jjp, 
No. 118). 



=IsabelTibbets, Thomas Bodington of Charle-=f=Eli2abeth, bur. 
marr. in 1603 ; cote, co. Warwick, yeoman ; at Charlecote 
living 23 Feb- (?) bapt. at Great Harborough 23 October 
ruary 1637^. 6 June 1561 ; mentioned in 1640. 

his father's will 17 January 

i6o|. Will dated 7 August 

1644, proved 10 September 

1649 (P.C.C. 134 Fairfa.x). 



executor to his father 10 September 1649. 
\\'ill dated 5 January 167^-, proved 22 January 
167I (P.C.C. I Eure). 



her husband's will 5 
January 167^. 2nd wife. 



Margery Ladbroke,=j=Nicholas Bodington of Cubbington, yeoman ;=j=Elizabeth, mentioned in 
dau. of Thomas 
Ladbroke of Cub- 
bington ; bapt. at 
Cubbington3oApril 
1609 ; marr. there 
15 November 1636, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 14 No- 
vember, ist wife. 



Mary, not 2 1 
5 January 1 6 7f. 



I I I I 

Anne, Martha, Lucy, Esther, 



Mentioned in their father's will 
5 January 1672. 



Thomas Bodington of=j=Sarah, mentioned . . . Garrett,=Sarah, bapt. at Cub- Elizabeth, men- 



Cubbington ; bapt. at 1 in will of Sarah died before i 
Cubbington 9 Novem- ' Garrett i August August 1712. 
ber 1640; executor 17 12; living 1727. 
to his father 22 
January 167I. Will 
dated 1727, proved 5 
June 1728 (P.C.C. 
171 Brook). 



bington 7 February tioned in her 
164^ ; marr. after father's will 5 
5 January 167J. January 167^. 
Will dated i August 
17 1 2, proved 13 Oc- 
tober 1715 (P.C.C. 
189 Fagg.) 



Thomas Bodington of Cubbington,=Susannah, executrix Nicholas Bodington of Warwick ; 



gent ; executor to his aunt Sarah to her husband 29 
13 October 1715, and of his father December 1753. 
5 June 1728. Will dated 14 Sep- 
tember 1753, proved 29 December 
1753 (P.C.C. 312 Seark). 



mentioned in wills of his aunt 
Sarah i August 17 12, of his father 
1727, and of his brother Thomas 
14 September i 753. 



i°3 



Cuthbert Herbert of Pailton,=j=Margaret, bapt. at Great Har- 



co. Warwick; living lo March 

Tfi09 



borough, CO. Warwick, 2 March 
1561 ; married there 20 June 
1583- 



/N 



George Bodington, (?) bapt. 
at Great Harborough 26 
October 1566; hving 10 



Thomas Bodington of Charlecote, co.=j=EHzabeth. 
Warwick ; executor to his father 10 | 
September 1649. A 



Ehzabeth, mentioned in her father's 
will 7 August 1644. 



I I 

John Bodington of Kenilworth, co. Warwick,=j=Elizabeth, died, Sarah, mentioned in will 

gent ; mentioned in wills of his aunt Sarah ' aged 73, 9 July of her brother Thomas 14 

I August 1712, and of his father 1727; died, 1772, bur. at September 1753; married 



aged 69, in 1753, bur. at Kenilworth. 
dated in 1749, proved in 1753. 



Will 



Kenilworth. after i August 17 12 and 

before 1727 . . . Stone. 



John Bodington of Kenilworth, gent ; mentioned in= 
will of his uncle Thomas 14 September 1753. Will 
dated in 1800, proved in August 1804. 



=Mary. Esther Bodington, bapt. at 
Kenilworth in 1721 ; buried 
there. 



Abraham Blick,=Elizabeth, bapt. Elizabeth Hasborne,=j=John Bodington of=Hannah Sabin 



buried at Kenil- 
worth. 


in 
at 


1756; bur. 
Kenilworth. 


died 
1794. 


27 

I St 


January 
wife. 


the Stone House 
Farm, Cubbington, 
co.^Varwick ; bapt. at 
Kenilworth 16 May 


2nd 


wife. 




















1758- 








F 



James Bodington of Manor House, Sheepy, co.=f=Mary Repton of Elmdon, co. Warwick ; 
Leicester; bapt. at Cubbington 18 April 1784; died ' ' ' ' "' " 
21 January 1825, bur. at Cubbington. Administration 
granted 2 March 1825 (P.C.C.) 



administratrix to her husband 2 March 
1825 ; died 27 January 1865, bur. at 
Cubbington. 



A 



(For issue see " Visitation of England and IFa/es,' 
Vol. XJV, page 117.) 



104 



William Bodington, (?) bapt. at Great Harborough, 
CO. Warwick, 12 August 1571 ; mentioned in his 
father's will 1 7 January 1 60J ; executor to his mother 
28 March 16 14. 



Agnes, (?) bapt. at Great Harborough 
20 June 1574; marr. at Cubbington, 
CO. Warwick, in 1599 . . . Russell. 

I 



George Bodington, mentioned 
in his father's will 7 August 
1644. 



William Bodington, bapt. at Charlecote, co. Warwick, 
8 October 1623 ; mentioned in his father's will 7 August 
1644. 



Robert Draper of Kenilworth,=f=Elizabeth, married before Thomas 
CO. Warwick, tanner. | 14 September 1753. Large. 



=Sarah, married before 
14 September 1753. 



William Bodington=j= Elizabeth 
of Kenilworth Castle ' Whitmore. 
Farm. 



Joseph Bodington of Kenilworth Chase= 
(twin with Thomas) ; bapt. at Kenil- 
worth 23 February 1763; died, aged 
74, buried at Kenilworth 2 1 February 



^MaryCattell, died, 
aged 81, buried 
at Kenilworth 29 
May 1843. 



1837- 



A 

(Ju?r issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. XVII., page I2g.) 



Charles Joseph Boding-=f=Elizabeth, bapt. John Bodington of=j=Mary, died=j=Mary Haddon, 



ton (eldest son of 
Joseph Bodington, by 
Mary Cattell his wife) ; 
born in 1788; died in 



1866. 



at Cubbington, 
CO. Warwick, 
in 1787. 



A 



the Stone House 
F"arm, Cubbing- 
ton ; bapt. at Cub- 
bington in 1789 ; 
died in 1837. 



m 1820. 
wife. 



I St 



William = Elizabeth, died in 1887, buried 
Haddon. at Offchurch, co. Warwick. 



died in 1870. 
2nd wife. 



John Henry Bodington of the 
Stone House F"arm, Cubbington, 
CO. Warwick; died 3 May 1S96. 



Mary Bodington, 
died in 1889. 



Ann Bodington, 
died, aged 4, in 
1829. 



Ellen Bodington. 
died, aged 10, in 
1841. 



105 



William Townsend of=Joan, (?) bapt. at Great 
Esenhull ; living lo Harborough, co. War- 
March i65^. wick, IS April 1577. 



Alice, (?) bapt. at Great Harborough 6 
February 15!^; buried there 11 November 
1597- 



Agnes, bapt. at Charlecote, co. 
Warwick, 23 July 1626; mentioned 
in her father's will 7 August 1 644. 



Alice, mentioned 
in her father's will 
7 August 1644. 



Isabel, bapt. at Charlecote 23 October 
1631 ; mentioned in her father's will 
7 August 1644. 



Thomas Bodington (twin with Joseph), bapt. 
at Kenilworth, co. Warwick, 23 February 
1763 ; died in infancy. 



William Bodington, 
bapt. at Kenilworth 
3 September 1765. 



Thomas Bodington of 
Coventry, co. Warwick ; 
bapt. in 1770. 



Thomas Cope of= 
Osbaston Hall, 
CO. Leicester. 



A 



I I . . 

=Martha, bapt. Jonathan Bodmgton of Kenil-= 

at Kenilworth worth Chase, co. Warwick, gent ; 

5 May 1773. bapt. in 1775 ) ^'^^^ '" 1806. 



=Mary. Sarah Bodington. 



Ann Bodington. 



John Bodington. 



Elizabeth Whitmore, married 
Francis Robbins. 



106 



Pedigree of TheUnsson. 



Rendlesham. 

[Vol. 14, |i. 124.] 



Symphorien 'rhcUusson of Geneva, Switzerland=i=Fran(;oi.s(j de Gaspard, dau. of Guillaume 



(eldest son of Noiil ThcUusson of Lyons, France, 
by Jeanne his wife, dau. of Jean des Gouttes) ; 
born in Lyons, naturalized at Geneva 14 October 
1572; testament dated 4 August 1599. 



de Gaspard, Seigneur de Frovins, by Anne 
Grolier de Serviferes ; marr. at Lyons circa 
1551 ; died, aged 84, at Geneva 26 
November 1613. 



JeanThellusson=pSara de Roches, dau. Francois Thellusson.= 



of Geneva. 



of Hugucs de Roches, 
by Judith his wife, 
dau. of Charles Sage, 
Doctor of Laws ; 
marriage contract 

dated 24 May 1583. 
She married 2ndly 
Domaine Maillet. 



=Susanne de Pellissari, dau. of 
Jean Antoine de Pellissari, 
Burgess of Geneva, by Elisa- 
beth his wife; born in 1565; 
marriage contract dated 29 
January 1584. She married 
2ndly Francois Franc, 
Councillor of Geneva. 



Judith 
(only child). 



Samuel Thellusson, 
died unmarried. 



Susanne, 
living in 1621. 



Ren^ Thellusson, men- 
tioned in his father's 
testament 4 August 1599; 
married istly INLirie, dau. 
of Francois Hotman of 
Geneva, Doctor of Laws ; 
born at Strasburg 17 
January 1558; died 3 Feb- 
ruary 1610; married 2ndly 
Marie, dau. of Jean Benoit 
Alteon ; she married i stly 
Jean Massuelo. 



Daniel Thellusson, men- 
tioned in his father's 
testament 4 August 
1599; married Marie, 
dau. of Antoine Thomas 
of Geneva, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of Antoine 
de Monceaux of Lyons. 
Will dated 9 August 
1598. =r 



Jean Francois Thel-= 
lusson. Seigneur de la 
Flechere ; mentioned 
in his father's testa- 
ment 4 August 1599 ; 
admitted a Burgess of 
Geneva 25 October 
1637 ; died, aged 74, 
10 March 1647. 



=Marie de Tudert, 
dau. of Jean de 
Tudert, Seigneur 
de Ma/.iferes, by 
Marie Buisson 
his wife ; marr. 
8 August 1598. 



Susanne, married 
Ami Deneria. 



Madelaine, married 
Simon Mercier. 



Marie, married 
Jaques Clot. 



Jeanne, married Noel Gervais of 
Geneva; died, aged 40, in t654. 

A 



Theophile Thellusson= 
of Geneva ; born in 
1611. 



=Judith Tronchin, dau. of 
Theodore Tronchin of 
Geneva, pasteur and pro- 
fesseur, by Theodora his 
wife, dau. of Jean Baptiste 
Rocca ; marriage contract 
dated 16 July 1637. 



Rene Thellusson, married 
I December 1644, Sara 
Tronchin, dau. of Theo- 
dore Tronchin of Geneva, 
pasteur and professeur, by 
Theodora his wife, dau. of 
Jean Baptiste Rocca. 

A 



Frangoise. 



I 
Jean Francois Thellusson=j=Marguerite de Chapeaurouge, dau. of Ami de Chapeaurouge, Premier 
of Geneva, auditeur. Syndic of Geneva, by Esther his wife, dau. of Robert Trembley. 



Esther Thellusson, 
died unmarried. 



Judith Thellusson, 
died unmarried. 



107 



Marie, married Ren^ 
Baulacre of Geneva, 
Switzerland. 

A 



Timothde de Pellissari of Geneva (son of Jean=j=Susanne, marriage 



Antoine de Pellissari) ; admitted a Burgess of 
Geneva in 1579; died 23 July 1632. 



contract dated 29 
January 1584. 



A\ 



Jean Thellusson 
of Basle, Switzer- 
land ; married 
and had issue. 

A 



Theophile Thellusson of=f=JeanneGuiguer,dau. of Leonard 



Geneva ; born in 1646 ; 
founded the " bateaux a 
lessive " on the Rhone in 
1690; Member of the 
Council of Two Hundred ; 
died in 1705. 



Guiguer of Geneva, and sister 
of Louis Guiguer, Seigneur de 
Prangin ; born 2 May 1662; 
raarr. 27 August 1679; died 
9 May 1 712. She married 
2ndly Abraham Mestresat, 
Premier Syndic of Geneva. 



Louis 
Thellusson. 



Jeanne 
Thellusson. 



Anne, marr. 3 Novem- 
ber 1709, Alexandre 
Mestrezat of Geneva, 
son of Abraham 
Mestrezat, Premier 

Syndic. =j= 
A 



Isaac de Thellusson of=j=Sara Le Boullenger, dau. of 
Geneva; born 14 Octo- | Abraham Le Boullenger, 



ber, bapt. at St. Gervais' 
Geneva, 15 October 1690; 
Minister of the Republic 
of Geneva at Paris 1730 
-46 ; died in 1770. 



Seigneur de Rixdorp, by 
Anne Van der Hulst his 
wife ; marr. at Leyden in 
Holland 26 September 
1722. 



Pierre Naville of Geneva, =j=Anne Sara, born Count Jaques Pictet,=j=Jeanne, born in 



auditeur; born 4 July 17 14; 
Member of the Two Hundred 
1746, and of the Council of 
Sixty 1775 ; died 18 April 1790. 
Will dated 2 April 1790. He 
married 2ndly Louise Claudine, 
dau. of Antoine Aubert. 



25 November 
1724; marr. at 
Le Petit Saconex, 
18 January 1745; 
died 25 February 
1749. 



Lieut. -General in the 
Sardinian Army; born 
18 March 1705 ; 
created a Count by 
the King of Sardinia. 



A 



1725 ; marr. at 
Saconex 18 July 
1745 ; hving 2 
April 1796. 



A 



Henriette Bertrand, dau. of Antoine= 
Bertrand of Geneva, by Madelaine 
his wife, dau. of Jean Lafont. 
1st wife. 



=Isaac Louis de Thellusson, =f=Marguerite Julie Ployart, 



Seigneur de la Gara ; Coun- 
cillor of Geneva 1772; 
died in 1790. 



Jean Louis Micheli, Seigneur=j=Madelaine. 

de Crest ; born in 1745 ; 

Captain in the French Service 

and Chevalier of the Order of 

Military Merit ; Councillor of 

Geneva 1782, Syndic 1784; 

died in 1806. 

A 



dau. of Jean Louis Ployart 
of Marseilles, France. 
2nd wife. 



Jean Louis Labat, Baron= 
de Grandcour, auditeur 
of Geneva; born 5 March 
1753; of ths Two Hun- 
dred 1784; died 28 
February 1827. 



A 



=Anne Louise Julie, 
marr. at J ussy, 
Switzerland, 21 

September 1779; 
died I July 1821. 



io8 



David Camp of Geneva, Switzer-= 
land ; admitted a Burgess of 
Geneva from Cologne i March 
1667 ; Member of the Council of 
the Two Hundred 1677 ; died 
in 1712. ^^ 



Theodora, married 
in 1663; died in 
1707. 



Paul Caille of Geneva ;=pMadelaine, 



Member of the Two 
Hundred 1673; died 
in 1696. 



married in 
1664. 



A 



Daniel Le Maire of Geneva ;= 
Member of the Two Hundred 
1684. 



'Judith, married 
1 1 February 1672. 



/N 



Marie, married 
Jean Antoine 
Comparet. 



Kende Thellusson. 



Jean Jaques des Gouttes of Geneva, auditeur ; born=|=Henriette, married 13 March 1722, 

" ' ~ — - . marriage contract dated 1 1 March. 

2nd wife. 



2 March 1694; Member of the Two Hundred 1734; 
died 16 December 1779. He married istly Anne, dau. 
of Isaac Fabri. 



A\ 



George Tobie= 
de Thellusson, 
Baron de Cop- 
pet, Seigneur 
de Bifere. 



=Marie Jeanne Girardot, 
dau. of Daniel Girar- 
dot de Vermenoux, 
by Marie Marguerite 
Jalloux his wife. 



A 



Judith, married Ber- 
nard de Diesbach, 
Councillor of Berne 
and Treasurer of the 
Pays de Vaud. 



Elisabeth, mentioned in will 
of her brother Peter 2 April 
1796; married Marc Conrad' 
Fabri, Seigneur d'Aire la 
Ville, Captain in the Sardinian 
Army ; died in 1783. 

A 



Isaac George=j=Anne Elisabeth Jaques Louis de Bud^, Seigneur=j=Anne. 



de Thellusson. 



Biberstein of 
Soleure, Switzer- 
land ; marr. 20 
January 1794. 



de Fernex ; Captain in the 
service of Hanover. He mar- 
ried istly Agnes Marguerite 



Bicker ; 3rdly . . . Perreault ; 
and 4thly . . . May. 



2nd wife. 



Jeanne 
Thellusson. 



A 



Jaques Edouard Odier=f=Caroline. 
of Geneva, Depute. | 

A 



109 



Peter Thellusson of Brodsworth,= 
CO. York, esquire; born in Paris 
27 June 1737 ; naturalized by 
Act of Parliament 1762; died 
21 July 1797, bur. at Brods- 
worth. Will dated 2 April 1796, 
proved 29 August 1797 (P.C.C. 
574 Exeter). (See '■^Dictionary 
of National Biography," 
Vol. LVI., page lOQ.) 



=Anne Woodford, dau. of Matthew 
Woodford of St. Michael's, South- 
ampton, CO. Hants, by Mary his 
wife, dau. and coheir of John 
Brideoak; married 6 January 1761; 
died at Plaistow, co. Kent, 18 
January 1805, bur. at Brodsworth. 
Will dated 7 February 1804 and 
October 1804, proved 8 February 
1805 (P.C.C. 136 Nelson). 



Jean Francois Thellusson 
of Geneva, Switzerland ; 
Councillor of Geneva 
1782, Syndic 1785 ; died 
in 1801. 



Peter Isaac Thellusson, Lord Rendlesham ; born in= 
London 13 October 1761; executor to his mother 

8 February 1805 ; a Director of the Bank of England 
1787; M.P. for Midhurst 17 January 1795, Malmesbury 
27 May 1796, Castle Rising 6 July 1802, and Bossiney 

9 May 1807; created Baron Rendlesham of Rendle- 
sham in the Peerage of Ireland i February 1806 ; died 
suddenly at Gosfield, co. Essex, 16 September, bur. at 
Rendlesham, co. Suffolk, 22 September i8o8. Will 
dated 18 April 1806, proved 14 November 1808 
(P.C.C. 920 Ely). A 



=Elizabeth Eleanora Cornwall, dau. of 
John Cornwall of Hendon, co. Middle- 
.sex, by Susanna his wife, dau. of 
Stephen Peter Godin ; born 31 July 
1763 ; marr. at Hendon 14 June 1783 ; 
died at Rendlesham House 10 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Rendlesham 1 7 December 
1809. Will dated 7 October 1809, 
proved 28 March 181 1 (P.C.C. 145 
Crickitt). 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales, 
Vol. XIV., page 124.) 



George Woodford Thellusson of Walhall, co. Hertford ;=i=Mary Anne Fonnereau, dau. of Philip 



born 2 March 1764; M.P. for Southwark 28 May 1796, 
Tregony 20 August 1804, and Barnstaple 9 May 1807 ; 
died at Rendlesham 30 December 181 1. Will dated 
31 January 1811, proved 31 January 1812 (P.C.C. 
48 Oxford). 



Fonnereau, by Mary Parker his wife ; 
born 17 February 1768; marr. at 
St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London, 30 
April 1790; died at Otterspool, near 
Watford, co. Hertford, i June 1844. 



Mary Anne Thellusson, born 
in Philpot Lane, London, 1 1 
January, bapt. there 3 February 
1 791; died at Otterspool 20 
April 1852. 



Henry Hoyle Oddie of Colney= 
House, CO. Hertford ; died, 
aged 68, at Scarborough, co. 
York, 22 September 1847. 



A 



=Georgiana, born in St. Mary 
Axe, London, 6 October, 
bapt. there 31 October 1795; 
marr. at St. Clement Danes', 
London, 3 February 18 13. 



Charles Thellusson of=f=Sabine Robarts, dau. of 



Brodsworth Hall, co. 
York; M.P. for Eve- 
sham 6 June 1796 
to 24 October 1806; 
died at Brodsworth 
2 November 1815. 



Abraham Robarts of 
Finsbury Square, Lon- 
don ; marr. at St. Luke's, 
CO. Middlesex, 15 Jan- 
uary 1795 ; died at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 
26 February 18 14. 



A 



Hon'''' Augustus Phipps,= 
F.R.S. (youngest son of 
Constantino, ist Lord Mul- 
grave) ; born 1 5 November 
1762 ; Commissioner of 
Excise 17 January 1794; 
died in Weymouth Street, 
Portland Place, London, in 
April 1826. 

{See VoL VIII., page 160.) 



=Maria, marr. at 
Brodsworth 14 
August 1792 ; 
died, aged 63, 
inUpperBrook 
Street, lx)ndon, 
6 July 1834. 



Vice-Admiral William (Lukin) Windham of Felbrigge Hall, co.=j=Ann, married at Plaistow, near 



Norfolk ; born 20 September, bapt. at Metton, co. Norfolk, 20 
October 1768; entered the Navy in 1781; Lieutenant 1793; 
Commander 1794; Captain 28 November 1795 ; Rear-Admiral 
4 June 1814 ; Vice-Admiral 22 July 1830; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 28 April 1824, the name of Windham in place 
of Lukin; died 12 January 1833, bur. at Felbrigge. Will 
dated 9 December 1832, proved 4 March 1833 (P.C.C. 195 
Farquliar). Portrait at Felbrigge Hall. /t\ 



Bromley, co. Kent, 24 June 
1 801; died, aged 75, 4 Jan- 
uary 1849, bur. at Felbrigge. 
Will dated 4 December 1848, 
proved 9 March 1849 (P.C.C. 
239> 49)- Portrait at 
Felbrigge Hall. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. VII., page 40.) 



LL.D., of Ufford, co. Suffolk ; 
of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
LL.B. 1785; LL.D. 1790; 
M.P. for Sudbury 19 June 
1790 ; married 26 March 
1798; died at Aldborough, 
CO. Suffolk, 2 August 1799. 
ist husband. /K 



died, aged 76, in 
Chester Square, 
London, 24 July 
1853- 



Thomas Champion Crespigny,=j=AugustaCharlotte,=Sir Joseph Whatley, K.C.H. ; marr. at 

St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 3 
February 1827; Groom of the Bedchamber 
to the Prince Regent, George IV. and 
William IV. ; Lieut. -Colonel South Glou- 
cestershire Militia; knighted 11 May i83r, 
K.C.H. 1831 ; died, aged 80, at Englelield 
Lodge, Egham, co. Surrey, 8 September 
1844. He married istly Elizabeth, dau. of 
Jabez Marchant of Bath, co. Somerset. 
2nd husband. 



Gidley. 

[Vol. 14, p. 130.] 




Pedigree 



of Gidley. 



Richard Gidley of Winckley or Winkleigh 
Co: Devon: Buried there 26 March 1574. 



Bartholomew Gidley of Winckley aforesaid, 
buried there 20 March 1589. 



T 



Bartholomew Gidley=pThomasine, sole 
of Winckley afore- I Executrix to her 
said: died 20 March Husband's Will 
1638, buried there, in 1634: died 1 1 
M.I. Will dated and buried 13 
24 December 1634, March 1649 at 
proved at Exeter. Winckley, M.I. 



George Gidley the 
elder, of St. Thomas 
the Apostle, bap- 
tized at Winckley 
23 November 1588, 
mentioned in the 
Will of his brother 
Bartholomew 1634. 



Bartholomew Gidley of Gidley or Gidleigh Co: Devon, and of Winckley= 
aforesaid, Lord of the Manor and Patron of the Church of Gidley, 
He built by consent of the Parishioners and confirmed by the Bishop 
of the Diocese an Isle or Pew to Winckley Church : baptized at 
Alphington 23 February 1611-12. Matriculated at Exeter College, 
Oxford, 21 June 1633, then aged 20 years. He was Captain of the 
Stannaries at Chagford, and fought for the King at Plymouth, Lyme 
and Exeter and elsewhere : He was made Justice of the Peace for 
Devonshire after the Restoration. Had Arms and Crest granted to 
himself and his brother John 24 November 1666. Settlement of his 
Estates made 24 February 35 Car: II. Anno 1683: died S: P: 21 and 
buried 26 January 1685-6, aged 75, at Winckley, M.I. Will dated 
28 November 1683, proved 5 October 1686 at Exeter by his Widow 
Joan sole Executrix : Entered of the Middle Temple 18 June 1634. 



=Joan, daughter of 
Robert Northleigh of 
Northleigh Co. Devon : 
married 27 November 
1637 at Alphington 
in the District of 
Exeter: Executrix and 
proved her husband's 
Will 1686: died 4 and 
buried 9 January 1 699, 
aged 82, at Winckley, 
M.I. 



George Gidley, 2nd Son. Had Lands 
called Brookland in Winckley given 
him by his father's ^\'ill 1634. 



Samuel Gidley of Winckley aforesaid,=f=Ursula 
baptized there i August 1619: mentioned in his wife, 
the Will of his brother Bartholomew 1683. 



Bartholomew Gidley, born 8 August 
1655 at Winckley aforesaid, men- 
tioned in the Will of his Uncle 
Bartholomew in 1683. 



Samuel Gidley, baptized 
21 April 1664 at Winckley, 
and buried there 19 
October 1677. 



Joan, baptized 16 January 
1 65 1 at Bundleigh, Regis- 
tered at \Vinckley. 



Thomasine, born 1 1 October 
1658 at Winckley. 



Ursula, born 1 1 November 
x66o at Winckley, and buried 
there 7 February 1661. 



Dorothy, baptized i April 
1 669 at Winckley aforesaid. 



John Gidley, sometime of London Surgeon, afterwards of Winckley 
aforesaid: Born 21 May and baptized 3 June 1632 at Winckley: 
Matriculated at Exeter College Oxford 17 March 1653-4, M.A. 
21 June 1660: Arms granted with his ikother Bartholomew 24 
November 1666: Will dated 21 September 17 12, proved 24 April 
17 13 by his Grandson Bartholomew. 



T 



Katherine, baptized 24 
October 1616 at 
AVinckley aforesaid : 
mentioned in the Will 
of her father 1634, 
and then unmarried. 



Bartholomew Gidley of Gidley=j=Elizabeth, Living 22 



aforesaid, eldest son : died 2 and 
buried 7 August 1702, aged 34, 
at Winckley M.L Administration 
31 December 1702. 



April 1726 at Winck- 
ley \V'idow, as appears 
by a deed of that 
date. 



John Gidley, 
mentioned in 
a Deed dated 
24 February 
1683. 



Rebecca, married 
. . . Graham. 



Bartholomew Gidley of Gidley Park, son and heir : born=|=Ann, Sister of Robert Avery of 
20 April 1689: Executor and proved his Grandfather's Will Crewys Morchard Co: Devon: 
in 1713: Suffered a Recovery of his Estates 22 April 1726: 
Buried 21 March 1776 at Gidley. 



Married there 20 March 1709. 



Bartholomew Gidley, 
baptised 29 August 
1 7 14 at Gidley 
aforesaid. 



John Gidley, baptized 
6 March 17 16 at 
Gidley, and buried 
there 10 February 
1718. 



Gustavus Gidley of Gidley=j=Mary, daughter of 



Park afterwards of Wonson 
Barton in the Parish of 
Throwleigh Co : Devon : 
baptised 22 April 1717 at 
Gidley aforesaid: buried 15 
January 1794 at Throwleigh 
aforesaid. 



Knapman, 
of South Tawton 
Co : Devon : Mar- 
ried 21 May 1746 
at Throwleigh 
aforesaid. 



Bartholomew Gidley of= 
^\'onson Barton in 
Throwleigh aforesaid, 
born at South Tawton 
10 December 1746, bap- 
tized 6 January following 
at Throwleigh aforesaid : 
buried there 19 Novem- 
ber 1826. 



=Elizabeth, daughter 
of John Walter of 
South Tawton Co: 
Devon, baptized 
there 23 April 
1749, and married 
there 27 December 
1770. 



John Gidley, 
baptized i Sep- 
tember 1756 
at Gidley 
aforesaid. 



George Gidley, 
baptized 28 De- 
cember 1762 
at Gidley afore- 
said. 



I 
Ann, baptized 
7 July 1760 
at Gidley 
aforesaid. 



I Wife. I 2 Wife. 

Elizabeth, daughter of John Dunning=Bartholomew Gidley of Newport=Mary Ann Davison, 

Barnstaple Co : Devon : born at widow : married 23 

South Tawton 13 April 1773 '''"d February 1819 at 

baptized there 10 May following: Charles Church, 

died S. P. 29 December 1857, Plymouth, 
buried at Bishops Tawton, Co : 
Devon. 



of Waye Throwleigh aforesaid, 
baptized there 13 August 1786 : 
married there 23 June 1808, buried 
10 June 1S13 at Throwleigh. 



"3 



Thomasine, 2'' daughter: baptized 26 August 1621 at 
Winckley aforesaid : mentioned in the Will of her 
father in 1634, and then unmarried. 



Elizabeth, 3'''' daughter : mentioned in 
the Will of her father in 1634, and 
then unmarried. 



John Gidley of the=j=Margaret, only daughter and heir of Robert 



City of Exeter, 
Attorney at Law. 



EUicombe of Kenne Co: Devon, by Theodocia 
Maudit his Wife: born 26 September 1694: 
Settlement after marriage dated 26 April 1722. 



Two other sons 
and four daughters, 
M.l. at Winckley. 



Robert Gidley of Honiton Co: Devon,=j=Sarah Mills of Honiton Bartholomew Gidley, born 



Solicitor, born at Crediton Co: Devon 
14 April and baptized 7 May 1723; 
died 14 March 181 1. Will dated 15 
August 1803, Codicil 17 August 1807. 



aforesaid : Married 5 
June 1745 at Topsham 
Co: Devon. 



at Moreton Hampstead 
Co: Devon 10 August 
1728. 



Jasper Mauduit Gidley, born 15 
March and baptized 27 April 
1747: mentioned in his father's 
Will 1803, then living Abroad. 



John Gidley, born 13 June 
and baptized 24 August 1749: 
mentioned in his father's will 
in 1803 : died S.P. 



Bartholomew Gidley, born 
15 October and baptized 27 
November 1750: Died at 
Sea S.P. 



Robert Gidley, 
baptized 27 De- 
cember 1 72 1 at 
Gidley aforesaid. 



Elizabeth, buried 
I December 1721 
at Gidley afore- 
said. 



Mary, baptized 
I February 
1 7 18 at Gidley 
aforesaid. 



Elizabeth, baptized i 
March 17 19 at Gidley 
aforesaid : Marriage 
Settlement dated 7 July 
1 744 with Andrew Rowe 
of Chagford, Devon. 



Joan, baptized 
I November 
1723 at Gidley 
aforesaid. 



Gustavus Gidley of= 
Plymouth Co : Devon : 
born 18 January and 
baptized 12 February 
1776 at South Tawton 
aforesaid : died 16 Jan- 
uary 1859, buried at 
Plymouth. 



Jane, daughter of 
Thomas Pickard 
of Exeter : bap- 
tized 28 Decem- 
ber 1777 : married 
19 March 1809 
at Exeter. 



Ann, born 1 1 
November and 
baptized 8 De- 
cember 177 1 at 
South Tawton 
aforesaid. 



Elizabeth, bap- 
tized 23 February 
1778 at South 
Tawton aforesaid. 



Mary, born 1 1 
January and 
baptized i Feb- 
ruary 1780 at 
South Tawton 
aforesaid. 



Bartholomew Gidley of Plymouth Co : Devon := 
Born 31 January and baptized 26 April 1818 at 
Barnstaple aforesaid: died 24 December 1844, 
and buried at Plymouth. 



=Sarah Eliza, daughter of William Elliot of 
Kingsbridge Co : Devon : born 29 December 
1818, baptized there 27 January following, 
and married there 22 October 1840. 



Cecilia, only Child, born 29 July and baptized 
30 August 1844 at Plymouth aforesaid. 



114 



Jane, 4''' daughter : 
baptized 11 June 1626 
at Winckley aforesaid : 
mentioned in the Will 



Johan, baptized 24 
February 1627 at 
Winckley aforesaid : 
mentioned in the Will 



Isotta, baptized 29 
March 1 634 at 
^\■inckley aforesaid : 
mentioned in the Will 



of her father in 1634, of her father in 1634, of her father in 1634. 



and then unmarried. 



and then unmarried. 



Dorothea, baptized 
9 , July 1635 at 
Winckley aforesaid. 



John Gidley, born at Moreton Hampstead aforesaid 17 
December 1729, and baptized 16 January following. 



Edmund Gidley, born at Crediton 
aforesaid 30 April 1734. 



Courtenay Gidley, of Honiton= 
Co: Devon, SoHcitor: Born 16 
May 1756 at Honiton aforesaid, 
baptized there 1 1 June following : 
died 20 December 1838, and 
buried there. 



=Margaret, daughter of Simon Gordon, Thomas Gidley, 

M.D. of Lympstone Co: Devon: Born born 27 April 

10 October 1766, baptized at Bath: and baptized 29 

Married 19 December 1786 at Lymp- May 1755: died 

stone: died 26 July 1837, buried at an Infant. 
Honiton aforesaid. 



Robert Gidley, 
born 2 Oc- 
tober 1787, 
baptized at 
Honiton, died 
3 April 1797 
and buried at 
Honiton. 



Lewis Gidley= 
of Honiton 
aforesaid: born 
13 October 
1789, baptized 
at Honiton 6 
November fol- 
lowing : died 
29 December 
1840. 



=Frances, daughter 
of Robert Cornish 
of Exeter Merchant: 
born in 1786 : 
Married 4 March 
1818 at S' David's 
Exeter : died 16 
August 1853, buried 
at Honiton. 



Rev. Henry Thorp,= 
M.A. Perpetual 
Curate ofTopsham 
Co: Devon, some- 
time of Christ Col- 
lege Cambridge : 
born 30 October 
1794: died 13 
February 1857, 
buried at Topsham 
aforesaid. 



=Margaret Courte- 
nay, born 1 1 Jan- 
uary 179 i,baptised 
March following at 
Honiton: Married 
there 4 August 
1818: died 15 July 
1875, buried at 
Topsham. 



Frances Courtenay, born 26 
July 1819, baptized at Honiton 
aforesaid: died 13 December 
1834, buried there. 



Margaret Gordon, born 5 
January 1821, baptized at 
Honiton : died 24 July 
1856, buried there. 



Marianne Cornish (twin with 
Robert Courtenay), born 18 
May 1824: baptized at Honiton: 
died 31 July 1848, buried there. 



Rev. Lewis Gidley, M.A. Chaplain= 
St. Nicholas Hospital Salisbury, 
sometime of Exeter College, Ox- 
ford, only surviving child, born 18 
April 1822, baptized at Honiton, 
B.A. 3 June 1843, M.A. 20 
November 1845. 

Living 1877. 



=Charlotte Laura, daughter of 
William Bathurst of Rochford 
Co: Essex : born 9 December 
1817, baptized at Rochford: 
Married 15 January 1856 at 
St. Peter's Stepney, Co : 
Middlesex. 



Robert Courtenay Gidley 
(twin with Marianne 
Cornish), born 18 May 
1824: baptized at Honi- 
ton : died unmarried 3 
September 1846, and 
buried there. 



Gustavus Gidley of Plymouth= 
aforesaid Solicitor: born 17 Au- 
gust 182 1, baptized at Barnstaple. 
Living 1877. 



=Ann, daughter of John Newton of Spreyton Co : Devon : 
born 23 November 1823, baptized there 11 January 
following: Married 15 April 1846 at Stoke Damerel Co: 
Devon: died 12 January 1863, buried at Plymouth. 



"5 



Theodosia, born at Moreton Hampstead 26 
December 1724, and baptized 27 January fol- 
lowing : Married John Coomhe of Hatherleigh : 
mentioned in her brother Robert's Will in 1803. 



Mary, born at Moreton Hampstead afore- 
said 18 August and baptized 7 September 
1726: Married . . . Rippon, and died 
8 September 1801. 



William Gidley, born 
2 and baptized 13 
August 1757 : died 
S.P. 



Elizabeth, born 18 December 1745, baptized Peggy, born 6 February 
10 January following: mentioned in her 1752, baptized same 
father's Will in 1803; died S.P. day: died an Infant. 



Frances, born 5 January and 
baptized 18 February 1753: 
married Edward Lewis : men- 
tioned in her father's Will in 
1803, and then married. 



Sarah, born 1 7 Feb- 
ruary and baptized 

25 July 1754: died 
an Infant. 



Mary, born 6 
and baptized 1 1 
October 1758: 
died an Infant. 



Rebecca, born 8 
and baptized 28 
December 1759 : 
died an Infant. 



Frances, 2""^ 
daughter, born 
15 January 
1793, baptized 
at Honiton : 
died 25 No- 
vember 1795, 
buried at 
Honiton. 



John Gidley of the City of= 
Exeter : Recorder of Bradninch 
1856-65, and Town Clerk of 
E.xeter 1836-65, Solicitor and 
Proctor: Born 31 March 1795, 
baptized at Honiton aforesaid : 
died 8 October 1865, buried at 



St. Bartholomew's Exeter. 



A 



=Elizabeth Caroline, daughter 
of Robert Cornish of Exeter, 
Merchant : born 30 De- 
cember 1797 : married 2 
December 1823 at St. 
David's Exeter: died 3 Jan- 
uary 1863, buried at Exeter. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XIV., page 130.) 



Edward Gidley, 
born 3 De- 
cember 1796, 
baptized at 
Honiton : died 
i3julyi797,and 
buried at Honi- 
ton aforesaid. 



Gustavus Courtenay 
Gidley, born 30 May 
1798: died 5 Jan- 
uary 1799, buried at 
Honiton aforesaid. 



Benjamin Barker Smark,==Sarah, born 3 February 
of Honiton aforesaid, 1800, baptized at Honi- 



Solicitor : born there : 
died 13 April 185 1, 
buried at Honiton. 



ton : Married there 19 
January 1830: died 15 
December 1875, buried 
at Topsham aforesaid. 



Henry Pacifer Gidley, 
born 5 October 1801 ; 
baptized at Honiton 
aforesaid : died 20 De- 
cember 1801, buried 
there. 



Elizabeth, baptized 6 June 181 1 at 
St. Sidwell's Exeter : Married 9 July 
1 83 1 John Herbert Fryer of Plymouth 
aforesaid. 



Jane, born 10 April 1813 at Exeter, baptized at Holy 
Trinity Church Exeter i August following : married 
S January 1835 at Charles Church, Plymouth, Henry 
Joseph Bevis of Torquay Co: Devon. 



Bartholomew Gidley, born 24 June and 
baptized 29 August 1847 '■ died 9 January 
185 1, buried at Plymouth. 



Bartholomew Gidley, born 25 June 1854; died 
9 January following, buried at the Plymouth 
Devonport and Stonehouse Cemetery. 



116 



Eutricia, born at Moreton Hampstcad 
2 February and baptized . . March 
1731 : Married . . King: mentioned 
in her brother Robert's Will as a 
Widow in 1803. 



Gustavus Gidley of Hoxton=j=Joan, daughter of John 



Co : Middlesex : born at 
Crediton 10 September 



Coombc of Hathcrleigh 
Co : Devon : Married 
there 27 February 1764. 



John Gidley, born= 
10 November and 
baptized 29 De- 
cember 1768 at 
Northhill Co : 
Cornwall : died 1 7 
July 1845, buried 
at Chipping Ongar. 



=Sarah Higgs, 
of Grays, co. 
Essex ; born 
II July 1776: 
died February 
1865, buried 
at Chipping 
Onear. 



A 



Bartholomew Gidley of= 
Crewkerne Co : Somer- 
set, Banker : born at 
Port Isaac in the Parish 
of Endillion Co: Corn- 
wall 16 Julyand baptized 
7 August 1770: died 19 
May i8i2. 



Issue 8 sons and 4 daughters. 



=Betty Upton, daugh-= 
ter of Roger Cossins 
of Crewkerne afore- 
said, born 15 January 
1775 • '^''^d 22 April 
1838, and buried at 
Crewkerne aforesaid. 



=Rev. John 
Allen of 
Crewkerne 
aforesaid. 
2 Husband. 



George Gidley, born 
21 November 1802, 
baptized at Honiton: 
died unmarried 19 
January 1814, buried 
there. 



Theodore Courtenay Gidley =j=Charlotte, born 10 



of Peckham, Co : Surrey, 
Solicitor: born 30 September 
1809, baptized at Honiton: 
died 8 February i860, buried 
at Woking Co : Surrey. 



August 1810 : bap- 
tized at Crewkerne 
aforesaid : Married 
there 16 June 1834. 
Living 1877. 



Elizabeth Hathway, 
born 10 March and 
died 2 September 
1808, and buried 
at Crewkerne. 

M 



Bartholomew Courtenay Gidley= 
of Durham Villa, Burnt Ash 
Hill, Lee Co : Kent, Merchant : 
born 19 July and baptized 
August 1835 at Ilminster, Co: 
Somerset. 

Living 1877. 



=Alice Caroline, daughter 
of Francis Farrar of 
Camberwell Co. Surrey, 
Solicitor, born 15 Sep- 
tember 1 844, Married 
21 September 1865 at 
St. Giles' Camberwell. 



Charlotte Frances, 
born 1 5 March 
and baptized April 
1837 at Ilminster: 
died 25 November 
1842 : Buried at 
Honiton. 



Harriett Lewis 
(twin with Mar- 
garet Gordon), 
born 2 1 May 
and baptized 
June 1840 at 
Ilminster. 
Living 1877. 



John Courtenay 
Gidley, born 4 
July and died 9 
September 187 1. 



Alice Jean Cour- Mabel Frances, Lilian Mary, 
tenay, born 8 born 5 January born 14 Oc- 
March 1868. 1870. tober 1872. 



Madeline Gordon, 
born 12 January 
1875- 



Mary, born 14 July and 
baptized 20 September 
1814 at Barnstaple : 
Married 7 March 1837 
at Charles Church, Ply- 
mouth, Richard Derry of 
Kingsbridge aforesaid. 



Catherine, born and bap- 
tized at Barnstaple aforesaid 
17 May 1816: Married 16 
February 1863 at Plymouth 
William Jeffery of Great 
Torrington Co: Devon. 



Ann, born 22 
January 1820, 
baptized at 
Barnstaple. 



Fanny, born 4 April 
1825, baptized at 
Plymouth : Married 
there 26 September 
1 8s4Thomas George 
Wheeler of Plymouth 
aforesaid. 



Bartholomew Gidley, born 17 October 
1855, baptized 18 April following at 
Charles Church aforesaid. 



Northleigh Bartholomew 
(Jidley, born 6 March 
1859. 



Robert Bartholomew 
Gidley, born 6 May 
1861. 



Thomas Dakin, died= 

and was buried at 
Fairfield near Buxton 
Co: Derby. 



=Ann, born 31 De- 
cember 1764, 
baptized 2 1 Jan- 
uary following at 
Hatherleigh. 



Robert Howden, Born at^ 
Yester, N.B. 20 April 
1768 : died 16 May 1850: 
buried in Buiihill Fields 
Co: Middlesex. 



A 



^Margaret Ellicombe, born 
at Port Isaac aforesaid 20 
December 1772: baptized 
1 7 January following ; 
died February 1837. 



A 



Frances, born 5 
September 1805 : 
died 28 April 
1809, buried at 
Crewkerne. 



William Samuel Turnley,= 
Born 4 February 1800 : 
died S.P. and was buried 
at St. Mark's Norwood, 
Co: Surrey. 



=Harriett Lewis, born 25 March 
1804: Married 8 March 1825 
at Crewkerne : died 4 October 
1859, buried at St. Mark's 
Norwood aforesaid. 



Maria, born 17 
July 1799 : died 
3 September 
1804, buried at 
Crewkerne. 



Gustavus Gidley of Sandgate, co. Kent,=Mary Ann, daughter of Bartholomew Gidley of 



M.D. in the Commission of the Peace for Richard Burnard of Crew- 
the said County: born 10 June 1809: kerne aforesaid: Born 28 
died S.P. 22 September 1873: buried April 1815: died 13 Sep- 
al Brompton Cemetery Co : Middlesex. tember 1873, buried at 

Brompton Cemetery. 



Crewkerne aforesaid : 
born 22 October 181 2 : 
died 8 May 1829, 
buried there. 



Rev. James Henry= 
Hazell, M.A., of 
Peckham aforesaid : 
sometime of Corpus 
Christ! College, 
Cambridge. 



=Margaret Gordon (twin with 
Harriett Lewis), born 21 May 
and baptized June 1840 at 
Ilminster Co : Somerset : 
Married 7 October 1865 at 
Camden Chapel, Camberwell. 



Theodore Gidley of=Helen, daughter 
San Francisco, Cali- of Philip W. 
fornia : born 26 April Shepheard,Judge 
and baptized May at San Francisco. 
1844 at St. Ann's 
Blackfriars. 



A 



Ann, born 8 
March and 
baptized 20 
May 1849 at 
Spreyton. 



Fanny Jane, born 
12 November 
1850, baptized 5 
February follow- 
ing at Charles 
Church aforesaid. 



Catherine, born 21 September and 
baptized 3 December 1852 at Charles 
Church Plymouth : died 9 January 
1855, buried at the Plymouth 
Devonport and Stonehouse Cemetery. 



Mary Northleigh, 
born 4 August 
1857, baptized at 
St. Luke's Church, 
Plymouth, 26 May 
1876. 



We hereby Certify the above written Pedigree to be 
faithfully Extracted from the Records of the 
College of Arms, London, a?id Examined 
therewith the Tenth day of May iSj-/. 

Edward Bellasis, Bluemantle. 

G. E. CoKAVNE, Lancaster Herald. 

Geo : Harrison, Windsor Herald, Registrar. 



118 




Grail f of Anus to BartJwlomeiv Gidley. 
and John Gidley, 1666. ^'■"'- ''' ''• '^°'^ 



To all and Singvler unto whom these 
Presents shall come I S' Edward Byshe Knight 
Clarenceux Principall Herald and King of 
Amies of all the South East and West Parts 
of the Realme of England from the River of 
Trent Southward Send (Greeting. Whereas I 
am credihly informed of the divers Emminent 
Services done to his late Ma'''= King Charles 
the First of famous memory before Lyme 
Plymouth and other Places in the Western 
Parts of this Kingdonie (in the time of the 
late unhappy Rebellion) by Bartholomew 
Gidley of Gidley in the County of Devon 
Esquire, Captain of the Stannarys of Chagford 
and now one of His Ma"" Justices of the 
Peace of the same County Knowe Yee that as 
a Memoriall to Posterity of the said Services 
and for an encouragement to others to the like 
Acts of Vertue I have thought fitt to assigne unto the said Bartholomew Gidley, 
and at his Request John Gidley of London, Gentleman, brother of the said 
Bartholomew, the Amies and Creast hereafter menconed viz. Or a Castle and 
Border Sable Besante And for a Creast on a Helmitt and Wreath of their 
Colours a Griffon's head coup^ Or between two Wings Sable Besant^e mantled 
Gules Doubled Argent as in the margent more lively is depicted which Armes 
and Creast as before expressed I the said Clarenceux by the power and authority 
of my office to mee granted by vertue of my I^etters Patents under the Greate 
Seale of England Doe by these Presents Assigne Give and Grant unto the said 
Bartholomew Gidley and John Gidley and to the heires of the bodyes of them 
and either of them lawfully begotten and to be begotten To be by Them and 
every of them borne with their due differences according to the Lawes of Armes 
for ever. In Witnesse whereof I have hereunto affixed the Seale of my Office 
and Subscribed my name Dated this Power and Twentyth day of November in 
the Eighteenth yeare of the Reigne of Our Soveraigne Lord Charles the Second 
by the Grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King Defender 
of the Faith etc. And in the Yeare of Our Lord One thousand six hundred 
sixty and six. 



^mm^o!jtfif<fA ^/d/'n^aucx 



jir/ruj^ ^ 



Extracted from the Records of the College of ylrms, 
London, and examined thereunth this tiventy- 
third day of October jSjO. 



Geo: Harrison, 
JVlndsor Herald, Registrar. 



Darell. 

[Vol. 14, p. 134.1 



Pedigree of Stephens. 



Rev. Edward Stephens, Vicar of St. Kew,= 
CO. Cornwall, 2nd son of Edward Stephens 
of Falmouth, co. Cornwall, gent, by 
Jane his wife, dau. of Robert Corker of 
Falmouth ; bapt. at Falmouth 6 Sep- 
tember 1697 ; of E.xeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 11 March 17 if, aged 17, 
B.A. 1719; B.C.L. 1726; Vicar of St. 
Kew 27 May 1724; died in 1737. 
Administration granted at Exeter 12 July 
1737 (Exeter P.R.) 



=Anne Darell, dau. of Henry 
Darell of Trewornan, co. 
Cornwall, by Anne Sagittary 
his wife (see page I2j) ; bapt. 
at Steepleton, co. Dorset ; 
marr. at St. Minver, co. 
Cornwall, 22 August 1730, 
marriage settlements dated 
20 August ; administratrix to 
her husband 12 July 1737; 
living 18 September 1772. 



Henry Stephens, bapt, 
at St; Kew 2 July 
1731 ; Midshipman 
Royal Navy; drowned 
at sea. 



Edward Stephens of Plymouth,^ 
CO. Devon ; born 28 August 1732, 
bapt. at St. Kew 3 December 
1733; died 28 April, bur. at 
Charles Church, Plymouth, 2 May 
1773- 



Catherine Bedford, dau. of the Rev. 
John Bedford, Vicar of Charles 
Church, Plymouth; marr. at Charles 
Church, Plymouth, 10 November 
1761 ; died, aged 73, bur. at 
Egloshayle, co. Cornwall, 2 March 
1814. 



B 



Edward Trelawny of Cold-= 
renick, co. Cornwall, 
Captain R.A. ; bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 
28 January 1762; entered 
the Royal Artillery as 2nd 
Lieutenant 20 January 
1780 ; ist Lieutenant 
1782 ; Captain-Lieutenant 
and Captain 1 1 April 
1794; took by Royal 
Licence 22 October 1795, 
the name and arms of 
Trelawny ; bur. at Men- 
heniot, co. Cornwall, 1 1 
April 1807. Will dated 
16 June 1801 and 2 July 
1804, proved 9 July 1807 
(P.C.C. 626 Lushington). 



=Jane Woollcombe, 
dau. of Thomas 
Woollcombe of 
Plymouth, sur- 
geon ; bapt. at 
Charles Church, 
Plymouth, 2 1 May 
1770 ; marr. at 
Plumstead, co. 
Kent, 26 August 
1795 ; executrix 
to her husband 
9 July 1807; died 
in July 1813. 



Rev. John Jago, D.D., Vicar 
of Milton Abbot, co. Devon ; 
bom at Tavistock, co. Devon, 
in 1751 ; matriculated from 
Exeter College, Oxford, 29 
March 1770, aged 18; 
Fellow 8 July 1772; B.A. 
1776 ; M.A. 1777 ; B.C.L. 
1781 ; B.D. and D.D. 1793; 
Rector of Whimple, co. 
Devon, 1781-86, Vicar of 
Rattery, co. Devon, 1781, 
and of Milton Abbot 1786; 
died 17 November 1840, bur. 
at Milton Abbot. As 



^Lucretia Bed- 
ford, born 8 Sep- 
tember 1764, 
bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, Ply- 
mouth, I Jan- 
uary 1765 ;marr. 
at Lamorran, 
CO. Cornwall, 
23 September 
1786. 



Edward Jago of Plymouth=f=Anne Darell, bapt. Christopher McAdam=j=Eleanor Trelawny, bapt. 



(son of the Rev. John 
Jago, D.D., see above). 
Will dated 13 December 
1836, proved 18 June 
1841 (P.C.C. 427, 41). 



at Woolwich, co. 
Kent, 9 February 
1797 ; died 26 
January 1868. 



of Ballochmorrie, co. 
Ayr ; born 1 1 March 
1807 ; living in 1852. 



A\ 



at St. Andrew's, Ply- 
mouth, 4 May 1798; 
marr. 29 March 1837 ; 
died at Overton, Tor- 
quay, CO. Devon, 20 
March 1852. 



A 



Robert Stephens of Fowey, co.=Amy Wolcott, dau. Ann Stephens, bapt. Jane Stephens, 

Cornwall, surgeon; born 22 No- of Alexander Wol- at St. Kew, co. Corn- bapt. at St. 

vember 1733; died in 1803. Will cott of Kingsbridge, wall, 13 February KewijAugust 

dated 26 April 1802 to 22 June co. Devon; marr. 173I ; died, aged 81, 1736. 

1803, proved 15 November 1803 i September 1764; bur. at St. Minver, 

(P.C.C. 926 Marriott). died in 1817. co. Cornwall, 2 Jan- 

uary 1816. M.I. 



Rev. Darell Stephens of Trewornan, co. Cornwall ; born 10 March, = 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 13 April 1771 ; of Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 17 May 1790, B.A. 1794; Vicar of Maker, co. 
Cornwall, 18 February 1796; Curate of St. Minver 19 August 1812; 
Rector of Little Petherick, co. Cornwall, 5 December 1834; died at 
Trewornan 2 February, bur. at St. Minver 8 February 1848. M.I. 
Will dated 11 July 1842 and 8 September 1846, proved 20 April 1848 
(P.C.C. 348, 48). 




^^^^^«i-^^ ;^^^^^^C-^-,,^^ 



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=Mary Bennett, dau. 
of John Bennett of 
Lostwithiel, co. Corn- 
wall ; marr. at Bodmin, 
CO. Cornwall, 14 July 
1802 ; died, aged 76, 
9 October, bur. at 
St. Minver 15 October 
1861. M.I. Adminis- 
tration granted at 
Exeter. 



{For issue see " Visitatioti of England and Wales" 
Vol. XIV., page 134.) 



Charles Trelawny of Coldrenick, co. Cornwall ; 
born 24 June, bapt. at Menheniot, co. Cornwall, 
22 November 1799; educated at Winchester 
and at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
7 February 1817; Sheriff of co. Cornwall in 
1822 ; died at Plymouth 25 August 1883. 



Rev. Edward Trelawny, Vicar of Maker ; 
bapt. at Menheniot 26 December 1804; 
of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
9 February 1818, B.A. 1821 ; M.A. 1824; 
Vicar of Maker 1848 ; died at the 
Vicarage, Maker, 4 December 1866, bur. 
at Maker. 



Darell. 

[Vol. 14, p. 134.] 




Pedigree of Darell of Trewornan, co. Cornwall. 



Elizabeth Mor- = 
ley, dau. of 
Robert Morley 
of Glynde, co. 
Sussex. I St wife. 



=Sir Thomas Darell of Pagham,= 
CO. Sussex, knight (son and heir 
of Edward Darell of Pagham, 
Clerk of the Acatry to Queen 
Elizabeth, by Mary his wife, 
dau. and heir of Marmaduke 
Darell of Pagham, esquire) ; 
born 10 August 1535 (being 
aged 19 years 10 months and 
15 days at his father's death 
25 June 1573) ; M.P. for East 
Retford i March 160 J ; knighted 
at the Coronation of King 
James I. 23 July 1603 ; bought 
Manor of Horkstow, co. Lincoln, 
17 May 1607. 



=Anne Mus-=f=Bridget 
champ, dau. Crosby, 
of William 3rd wife. 
Muschamp of 
Unsted and 
Godalming, 
CO. Surrey. 
2nd wife. 



Edward Darell of=^ 
West Retford, co. 
Nottingham, esquire ; 
mentioned in will of 
William Darell 15 
September 1589 ; ad- 
mitted to the Middle 
Temple 15 February 
159!; sold Horkstow 
in 1 620 to Sir Marma- 
duke Darell. Will 
dated 18 February 
162! , proved at York 
14 February i62|- 
(Vol. 40, fo. 150). 



'Barbara Denman, dau. 
and coheir of the Rev. 
Francis Denman, Rector 
of Retford, by Anne his 
wife,dau.of Robert Blount 
of Eckington, co. Derby ; 
marr. before 31 May 1602, 
aged 1 7 and more ; died 
22 March 1654, bur. in 
West Retford Chancel. 
M.I. Will dated 14 March 
165!, pioved 2 November 
i^'SSi by Thomas Darell, 
son (P.C.C. 418 Ay/eit). 



Thomas DarelL 
of All Hallows, 
Lombard Street, 
London, Citizen 
and Haberdasher, 
silkman. Will 
dated 18 Decem- 
ber 1624, proved 
4 January 162I 
{V.C.C.2 Clarke). 



:Mary Roe, dau. of Thomas Roe 
of St. Mary Aldermary, London, 
Citizen and Merchant-Taylor 
[sister and in her issue heir of 
John Roe of Trewornan, in 
St. Minver, co. Cornwall], by 
Martha his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Thomas Lawrence, Citizen and 
Draper ; bapt. at St. Mary Alder- 
mary, 8 October 1598 : marr. 
there 2 7 December 1 6 1 9 ; execu- 
trix to her husband 4 January 
1621 ; died before 25 January 
1655^. She married 2ndly 
Richard Travies of London, 
merchant. 



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Thomas Darell of Trewornan, esquire; aged 24, 22 January= 
163^; Sheriff of CO. Cornwall 1666; executor to his uncle, 
John Roe, 12 May 1658 ; died, aged 80, 3 January, 
bur. at St. Minver 21 January 169I. M.L Will dated 
4 August and i October 1697, proved 4 May 1698 (P.C.C. 
119 Lort). 



=Alice Johnson, marr. at St. Magnus, 
London, 24 January 163I, marriage 
licence (Bishop of London) dated 
22 January 163I, then aged 26 ; 
bur. at St. Minver 10 September 
1695. 



Thomas Darell of= 
Chacroft,co. Hants ; 
aged 23 7 January 
i66f ; executor to 
will of his uncle 12 
May 1658 ; bur. at 
South Stoneham, 
CO. Hants, 14 April 
1683. 



^Elizabeth Bromfield, 
dau. of Henry Brom- 
field of Chacroft ; 
marriage licence 
(FacultyOffice) dated 
7 January i66f, then 
aged 1 7 ; mentioned 
in her father-in-law's 
will 4 August 1697. 



John Darell of Trewornan, gent;= 
bapt. at St. Minver 18 December 
1658 ; bur. there 17 June 
1689. Will dated 11 June 1689, 
proved lo March ii>%% (P.C.C. 
40 Dyke). 



=Anne, marriage settle- 
ments dated i May 
1688 ; executrix to 
her husband 10 March 



Anne Darell, bur. at St. Minver 
28 June 1689. 



William r)arell,=^Anne Denman, dau. and 
Administration coheir of the Rev. Francis 
was granted 28 Denman, Rector of West 
October 16 10 Retford, co. Nottingham ; 
(P.C.C.) administratrix to her hus- 

band 28 October 1610 ; 
bur. in Westminster Abbey 
13 November 1661. She 
married 2ndly Sir Thomas 
Aylesbury, baronet, a Master 
of Requests. 



Elizabeth, mentioned 
in will of her brothers 
Thomas 18 December 
1 624, and Marmaduke 
18 May 1627 ; living 
23 February 163=. 
She married . . . 
Caryll, who died before 
23 February 163^. 



Mary, mentioned in 
will of her brothers 
Thomas 18 December 
1624, and Marmaduke 
18 May 1627 ; living 
23 February 163.V ; 
marr. William Johnson 
of Fordwich, co. Kent. 
T 

A 



George Darell, mentioned in 
will of his uncle, Sir Marma- 
duke Darell, 23 February 163.V ; 
named executor to will of his 
brother Marmaduke 18 May 
1627. 



Marmaduke Darell, mentioned 
in will of his brother Thomas 
18 December 1624. Will 
dated iS May 1627, proved 
at Westminster (Westminster 
108 Camden). 



Mary, mentioned 
in will of her 
brother Marma- 
duke 18 May 
1627, 



I 
I' ranees. 



Edward Darell, 
bapt. at St. 
Minver,co. Corn- 
wall, 24 Feb- 
ruary i6ig- ; of 
Exeter College, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 26 March 
1686, aged 16. 



Marmaduke Darell, 
bur. at St. Minver 
12 February 169!. 
Administration was 
granted 4 October 
169S (Arch; of 
Cornwall). 



Sir Henry Carew of Haccombe, co.=f=Gratiana, married 



Devon, baronet ; of Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 17 March 
167", aged 16; succeeded his 
father as 2nd baronet in September 
1673. Will dated 15 September 
1695, proved 2 December 1695 
(I'.C.C. 231 Irby). He marr. istly 
the Hon'''= Elizabeth Clifford, dau. 
of Thomas, Lord Clifford of Chud- 
leigh, and 2ndly, Katharine, dau. 
of John Townes of Whitleigh. /K 



at St. Minver 24 
November i686 ; 
e.xecutrix to her 
husband 2 De- 
cember 1695 ; ad- 
ministratrix to her 
son, Sir Henry 
Darell Carew, 7 
July 1708. 



Henry Darell of Treworiian, co. Cornwall, = 
esquire ; mentioned in his grandfather's will 
4 August 1697 ; M.P. for Liskeard 12 
November 1696 to 11 November 1701. 



=Anne Sagittary, mentioned in will of Thomas 
Darell 4 August 1697 ; bur. at St. Minver 32 
December 1697. 



I 
Thomas Darell, 
mentioned in 
his great grand- 
father's will 4 
August 1697 ; 
bur. at St. Min- 
ver 7 December 
1702. 



Henry Darell of Trewornan,= 
esquire ; bapt. at St. Minver 9 
December 1696 ; mentioned 
in his great grandfather's will 
4 August 1697 ; bur. at 
St. Minver 9 July 1731. 
Will dated 31 May 1731, 
proved 13 December 1731 
(P.C.C. 46 Bedford). 



=Sarah .Symkin, dau. of John Symkin of Plymouth, 
CO. Devon, merchant, by Susannah Butler his 
wife ; bapt. at Charles Church, Plymouth, 7 
December 1693 ; marr. in 1719; bur. at Charles 
Church, Plymouth, 30 June 1761. Will dated 
31 December 1748 and 20 March 1757, proved 
9 March 1762 (P.C.C. 100 St. Ehiy). 



John Hunkin of= 
Gatherleigh, in 
Lifton, CO. Devon; 
bur. at Lifton 29 
February i68f. 
He married istly 
Grace, daughter 
of John Coode 
of Morval, co. 
Devon, and 2ndly 
Elizabeth. 



Mary, marr. at 
St. Minver, co. 
Cornwall, 6 Jan- 
uary 167I ; men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 4 
August 1697. 



Giles Risdon of Bableigh,= 
in Parkham, co. Devon ; 
marr. in 1677 ; bur. at 
Parkham 24 September 
1697. Administration 
granted 5 July 1700 
(P.C.C). He married 
istly Katherine, dau. of 
Richard Coffin of Port- 
ledge, and 2ndly Jane, 
dau. and coheir of John 
Carter of St. Columb, co. 
Cornwall, ist husband. 



=Anne, marr.=John Carveth. 
ini677;men- 2nd husband, 
tioned in her 
father's will 

4 August 
1697 ; living 

5 July 1700. 



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William Darell 
of St. Mary-le- 
Strand, London; 
died at Lilling- 
ston Dayrell, co. 
Buckingham, 8 
March 1727-. 
Administration 
was granted 23 
March 172^ 
(P.C.C.) 



=Frances Dayrell, dau. 
of Richard Dayrell of 
Lillingston Dayrell, by 
Frances his 2nd wife, 
dau. of George Tucker 
of Crayford, co. Kent; 
administratrix to her 
husband 23 March 
172?; died, aged 79, 
21 September, bur. at 
Richmond, co. Surrey, 
I October 1754. Ad- 
ministration granted 
16 October 1754 
(P.C.C.) 



Very Rev. Edward Trelawny, D.D.,= 
of Coldrenick, in Menheniot, co. 
Cornwall ; of Trinity College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 7 April 1671, 
aged 18 ; of Christ Church, B.A. 
1674; M.A. 1677; Rector of St. 
Tudy, CO. Cornwall, 1677, and of 
South Hill, CO. Cornwall, 1691 ; 
Canon of Exeter 2 February 169I; 
Sub Dean 3 November 1705 ; 
Archdeacon and Dean i March 
1714 ; died 24 October 1726, bur. 
at Menheniot. M.L Will dated 
31 March 1726 and 29 April 
1726; administration granted 17 
December 1726 (P.C.C. 268 
Plymouth ). /^ 



=Elizabeth, marr. 
at St. Minver, co. 
Cornwall, 6 No- 
vember 1692 ; 
mentioned in the 
wills of her grand- 
father 4 August 
1697, and of her 
nephew, Henry 
Darell, 3 1 May 
1731 ; died in 
June 1736. 



Henry St. George Darell Trelawny of 
Richmond, co. Surrey, esquire ; born 
3 October 1705; took the name of 
Trelawny by Royal Licence dated 12 
July 1768; administrator to his mother 
16 October 1754; died at Lillingston 
Dayrell in March 1776. Will dated 18 
September 1772, proved 11 March 1776 
(P.C.C. 150 Bellas). 



Catherine Darell, 
died in infancy. 



Francis Darell, 
born 13 March 
i7of ; died be- 
fore 16 October 
1754- 



Elizabeth Darell, 
born 1 1 March 
170^; died be- 
fore 1 5 October 
1754- 



I 



Anne Darell, 
bapt. at St. 
Minver 2 No- 
vember 1697 ; 
died in infancy. 



Rev. Edward Stephens, Vicar of St. Kew,= 
CO. Cornwall ; bapt. at Falmouth, co. Corn- 
wall, 6 September 1697 ; of Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 1 1 March 1 7 1 1, aged 
17, B.A. 1 7 19; B.C.L. 1726; Vicar of 
St. Kew 27 May 1724 ; died in 1737. 
Administration granted at Exeter 12 July 
1737 (Exeter P.R.) /^ 

{For issue see Pedigree of Stephens, page 120.) 



=Anne, bapt. at Steepleton, co. 
Dorset ; marr. at St. Minver 
22 August 1730, marriage 
settlements dated 20 August ; 
administratrix to her husband 
12 July 1737 ; living 18 
September 1772. 



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John Arscott of Tetcott, co.=Frances, marriage William Godolphin=Elizabeth, marr. at 
Devon ; died, aged 60, 17 June, licence (ICxeter) of 'I'rewarveneth, St. Minver, co. 
bur. at Tetcott 28 June 1708. dated i May 1690; co. Cornwall. 
M.I. Will dated 13 June 1708, mentioned in her 
proved at Exeter 8 April 1709. father's will 4August 
He married istly Anne, dau. 1697 ; adniinistra- 
and coheir of Andrew Trevill trix to her brother 
of Ethy, CO. Devon, and 2ndly Marmaduke 4 Oc- 
Prudence. tober 1698; living 

13 June 1708. 



Cornwall, 29 April 
1673 ; mentioned 
in her father's will 
4 August 1697. 



Rev. Daniel Sagittary, Rector of Winterbourne Steepleton, co.=j=Anne, marr. before 4 August 

Dorset; of Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 18 March | 1697; mentioned in wills of 

168^, aged 15, B.A. 1690; Fellow of All Souls', M.A. 1694; 

Rector of Winterbourne Steepleton 1696, and of Winterbourne 

Abbas, CO. Dorset, 1717 ; mentioned in wills of the Very Rev. 

Edward Trelawny 31 March 1726, and Henry Darell 31 May 

1731 ; died, aged 84, 14 January 1756, bur. in the chancel of I husband 7 February 1756 ; 

\Vinterbourne Steepleton. M.I. Will dated 16 May 1754, died before 18 September 

proved 7 February 1756 (P.C.C. 50 Glazier). ' 1772. 

A 



her grandfather 4 August 
1697, and of the Very Rev. 
Edward Trelawny 31 March 
1726; executrix to her 



John Crabbe of Plymouth,' 
CO. Devon ; died before 31 
May 1 73 1. 



^Frances, bapt. at St. Minver 26 December 
1700; marr. there 6 February 172^; 
executrix to will of her brother Henry 13 
December 1731 ; bur. at St. Minver 18 
August 1738. 



William Darell, bapt. 
at St. Minver 23 No- 
vember 1702, bur. 
there next day. 



Darell Trelawny of Trewornan, and of Coldrenick,=Dorothea Maria Gregor, dau. of 
both CO. Cornwall ; mentioned in will of his uncle, Francis Gregor of Trewarthenick, 
Henry Darell, 31 May 1731; assumed the co. Cornwall; executrix to her 
name of Trelawny; died 24 August 1795. Will husband 6 October 1795. 
dated 5 August 1793, proved 6 October 1795 
(P.C.C. 614 NnvcasUe). 



125 



Griffith. 

[Vol. 14, p. 137.] 



Pedigree of Griffith. 



Benjamin (Cottle) Griffith of St. Andrevv's,= 
Holborn, London, Citizen and Saddler, son 
of Benjamin Griffith; born 23 May 1722; 
free of the Saddlers' Company by servitude 
30 September 1747; Master . . . ; died 
7 January 1787. Will dated 30 March 1785, 
proved 16 January 1787 (P.C.C. 21 Major.) 



=Elizabeth Jackman, dau. and 
heir of Richard Jackman of 
Brackley, co. Northampton, 
and afterwards of St. Andrew's, 
Holborn, London; married 20 
September 1750; died in East 
Street, Lamb's Conduit .Street, 
London, in 181 2. 



Richard Griffith, born 
17 July 1751; died 
12 May 1753. 



Elizabeth Griffith, born 
9 February 1753; died 
3 August 1754. 



Thomas Griffith of 9 Tyndale= 
Place, Islington, co. Middlesex, 
Citizen and Saddler ; born 3 July 
1754 ; Master of the Saddlers' 
Company 1802 ; died, aged 65, at 
9 Tyndale Place, Islington, 4 May 
t82o. Will dated 19 October 
1S19, proved 2 June 1820. 



=Katherine Coote, dau. of John 
Coote of Paternoster Row, Lon- 
don, by Jane his wife, dau. and 
heir of Samuel Weaver ; born 
6 August 1766; married 4 January 
1787 ; died, aged 75, at Tyndale 
Place, Islington, 12 February, bur. 
at Islington 17 February 1841. 



Mary Griffith, born 5 July 
1789 ; died 18 August 
1833. Will dated 18 Au- 
gust 1833, proved 10 
February 1834. 



Elizabeth Griffith, born 3 February 



Sophia Griffith, born 12 

February 1791 ; died i 1793; died at 3 Canonbury Park, 

February 1872. Will dated 

3 September 1862, proved 

22 February 1872. 



Islington, 4 May 1859. Will dated 
10 July 1858, proved 26 May 1859. 



Harriet Griffith, born 25 
July 1794 ; died, aged 28, 
at Tyndale Place, Islington, 
6 August 1822. 



Thomas Williment of Green Street,=j=Katherine, born 28 January 



Grosvenor Square, London, and 
of Davington, co. Kent ; died, 
aged 85, 10 March 1871, bur. at 
Davington. 



1796; married ii October 
1S17; died at Davington 
Priory 4 August 1852, bur. 
at Davington. 



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Rev. Thomas Griffith, Prebendary of St. Paul's ; born 20=i=Charlotte Comber, dau. of the 



September, bapt. at the parish church, Islington, 26 
October 1797 ; admitted to St. John's College, Cambridge, 
1818, B.A. 1822; M.A. 1831"; Vicar of St. Nicholas', 
Guildford, co. Surrey, 1823, and of Selmeston, co. Sussex, 
1827; Rector of Muckton, CO. Lincoln, 13 November 1828; 
Incumbent of St. James', Ryde, Isle of Wight, 1829, and 
of Ram's Episcopal Chapel, Homerton, co. Middlesex, 
1830; Prebendary of St. Paul's 20 May 1862; died at 

8 Clapton Square, Clapton, co. Middlesex, 24 August, bur. 
at Hackney, co. Middlesex, 

29 August 1883. Will dated 
14 November 1874, proved 

9 October 18S3 (Prin. Reg., 
815, 83)- 



"'^A^^U^^ 



Rev. Thomas Comber of Oswald- 
kirk, CO. York, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of John Coote of 
Paternoster Row, London ; born 
at Creech St. Michael, co. Somer- 
set, 20 December 1794; marr. at 
Oswaldkirk 12 July 1821; died 
at 8 Clapton Square, Clapton, 25 
November, bur. at Hackney 30 
November 1868. 

{See Pedigree of Comber, ^'■Visita- 
tion of England and Wales" 
Vol. XIV., pa^e /p.) 



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{For issue see "Visitation of Etigland and Wales," 
Vol. XIV., page '137.) 



126 



Benjamin Griffith,= 
born 2 2 August 
1755 ; mentioned in 
his father's will 30 
March 1785. 



Catherine 
Johnson. 



Richard Griffith,^ 
born 27 March 
1757; died 6 Feb- 
ruary 1829. 



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=Mary Coote, dau. of John Coote of 
Paternoster Row, London, by Jane his 
wife, dau. and heir of Samuel Weever ; 
marr. at St. Bride's, Fleet Street, London, 
7 October 1787. 



Edward Griffith (3rd son of William Griffith of Stanwell, co.=j=Harriet, died 
Middlese.x, by Anne Goodrich his wife); born 6 January 1790; 30 January 
educated at St. Paul's School, admitted 21 January 1800, and at 1855. 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; solicitor ; a Master of the Court of 
Common Pleas 1837 ; F.R.S., F.L.S., F.S.A. ; died at 32 Fitzroy 
Square, London, 8 January 1858 ; author of "General descriptions 
of the Vertebrated Animals, Monkeys and Lemurs," 182 1, and 
other works. /K 



William Griffith,= 
born 23 June 
1758; died 18 
May 1829. 



= Anne 
Goodrich. 



Elizabeth Griffith, 
born 2 October 
1760 ; died 2 
September 1761. 



George Griffith, born^Theodora 
6 July 1762; men- Banks, 
tioned in his father's 
will 30 March 1785. 



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James Griffith, Charles Griffith of St. Andrew's,= 

born 23 July Holborn, London, Citizen and 

1764; died 9 Saddler; born 9 April 1765; free 

March 1768. of the Saddlers' Company 7 July 

1789, Master 1816; died at High- 
gate, CO. Middlesex, 29 November 
1843. A 



=Hannah Hardy, 
born in 1766 ; 
married in 1796 ; 
died, aged 66, 
18 July 1831. 



John Griffith, 
born I Sep- 
tember 1766 ; 
died 25 January 
1767. 



Charles Griffith, 
born I August 
1799; died 4 
December 1 799. 



Sarah Griffith, 
born 1 7 April, 
died in August 
1801. 



Emma Jane 
Griffith, liorn 
25 April 1S02. 



George Friend, of= 
the Hon''i= East 
India Co.'s Ser- 
vice ; died, aged 
74, at Islington, 
CO. Middlesex, 16 
October 1873. 



=Caroline, born 2 1 
March 1808 ; mar- 
riage settlements dated 
II August 1832 ; 
died at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sussex, 
20 February 1875. 



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127 



Vincent 

[Vol. 14, p. 156.] 



Pedigree of Vincent. 



Frances Baker, dau.=j=Richard Vincent of Sheepy, co. Leicester, = 



of John Baker of 
Harringworth, co. 
Northampton. ist 
wife. 



son of John Vincent of Sheepy, by Ahce 
(Abell) his wife; aged 9, 6 January is6|, 
date of his father's death ; died at 
Sheepy 9 July 1622. Inq. p. m. taken 
at Leicester 20 December 1622 (C. 
Vol. 447, No. 59). 



=Mary Bury, dau. of John Bury; 
married at Sheepy ; hving 20 
]3ecember 1622. Adminis- 
tration granted at Leicester 
I August 1629. She married 
istly John Bent of Cosby, 
CO. Leicester. 2nd wife. 



John Vincent of Sheepy, gent ;=j=Elizabeth Carter, 



aged 30 and more 9 July 1622 ; 
died in 1659. Will dated 6 
February 'ii>%%, proved at 
Leicester 10 October 1660. 



marriage licence 
(Leicester) dated 
8 December 

1621. 



William Mowlesley^Margaret, marriage 
of Ansley, co. licence (Leicester) 
Warwick. dated 24 November 

1606. 



Richard Vincent. 



John Wilson=Ann, mentioned in 
of Warwick. her father's will 
6 February \(>%%. 



John Ayrey=Dorothy, 
of Sheepy. 



William Vincent of Bittes-=j=Anne Vincent, alias Carter, Thomas Stone^Dorothy, marriage 



well, CO. Leicester ; born 
in 1598. Administration 
granted at Leicester 5 
November 1686. 



adopted dau. of George of Warwick, licence (Leicester) 

Vincent, and Mary Carter his gent; aged 33 dated 7 July 1629, 

wife; marr. at Bitteswell 4 and upwards then aged 28 and 

December 1623. 7 July 1629. more. 



! 

George Vincent of Sheepy and Bitteswell, gent ; executor to his=j=Elizabeth Tovey, dau. of the 



uncle 10 October 1660; died, aged 82, 4 May 1707, bur. at 
East Farndon, co. Northampton. M.L Will dated 9 March 
170I, proved 12 June 1707 (P.C.C. 155 Foley). 



Rev. Nathaniel Tovey, B.D., 
Rector of Aylestone and 
Lutterworth, co. Leicester. 



Rev. George Vincent, Rector of South= 
Mediety of Sheepy; aged 22 in 1682; 
of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1680; M.A. 1684; Rector of Sheepy 
1686, and of Laughton, co. Leicester, 8 
May 1693. Will dated 21 March 1705, 
proved 12 June 1704 (P.C.C. 138 Ash). 



^Elizabeth Haly, dau. of William Haly of Harborough, 
CO. Leicester, merchant ; marriage licence (Leicester) 
dated 10 October 1685 ; executrix to her husband 
12 June 1704; bur. at Sheepy 21 November 172 1. 
Will dated 8 November 1721, proved 3 November 
1722 (P.C.C. 226 Marlborough). 



Sheepy 16 June 
1729. I St wife. 



Hannah Thomp-=i=Rev. William Vincent, Rector of= 
son, married at North and South Mediety of Sheepy 
and of Radcliffe, co. Leicester ; 
of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 
LL.B. 1709; Rector of Sheepy 
1 7 10; executor to his mother 3 
November 1722 ; bur. at Sheepy 
27 December 1740. Will dated 
I October 1740, proved 28 March 
1 741 (P.C.C. 77 Spurway). 



Richard Vincent, bapt. at 
Sheepy 17 September 1730. 



=Hannah Reynolds, dau. of Edward 
Reynolds of Newhouse Grange, co. 
Leicester, esquire, by Hannah Halford 
his wife {see page ijo) ; married at 
Sheepy 10 February 1735-, marriage 
licence (Leicester) dated 7 February ; 
executrix to her husband 28 March 
1 741. She married 2ndly the Rev. 
Silvester Vincent {see page 133). 
2nd wife. 



128 



Thomas Oneby of Sheepy, co.= 
Leicester, gent : died, aged 34, bur. 
at Sheepy 28 October 1632. Will 
dated 23 October 1632, proved at 
Hinckley 18 September 1633 (Arch : 
of Leicester 1633, 113). 



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"Unica, married Thomas =r=Susanna, administratrix 



30 October 1627 ; 
executrix to her 
husband 18 Sep- 
tember 1633. 



Kemp of 
Warwick. 



to her mother i August 
1629 ; mentioned in 
will of her brother 
John 6 February i6jj. 



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William Vincent of Thornton,=j=Elizabeth Markham, dau. of the Rev. Francis Richard Vin- 



co. Leicester ; aged 49 m 
1682 ; administrator to his 
father 5 November 1686. 



Markham, Rector of Creaton, co. Northampton, cent, died 
by Joan (Clement) his wife. abroad. 

{See Vol. IV., page 12.) 



Rev. William Vincent,=i=Mary Twinbury, Elizabeth. Richard Tunley=(?) Ann, marriage 



Rector of Ibstock, co. 
Leicester ; of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1684; Rector of Ibstock 
about 1699; ejected as a 
Non-juror; died, aged 76, 
bur. at Sheepy i January 
i74f 



marr. at Raven- 
stone, CO. Leices- 
ter, 24 August 
17 14 ; bur. at 
Sheepy 1 1 June 
1765- 



of Ashby-de-la licence (Leicester) 
Zouch, CO. Lei- dated 31 March 
cester ; aged i687,thenaged 21. 
about 27, 31 
March 1687. 



John Ridley=j=Anne, bapt. at Ravenstone 30 August 
of Sheepy. ^ 17 15 ; marr. at Sheepy 24 January 17!^. 



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Nathaniel Vincent, 
died, aged 17, in 
1677. 



Rev. John Stileman, B.D., Rector of the South Mediety=Elizabeth, aged 
of Sheepy; of St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 3 in 1666 ; living 
3 July 1674, aged 16, B.A. 1678; M.A. 1682; B.D. g March 170^. 
16S7 ; Rector of East Farndon, co. Northampton, 
1696, of Sheepy 1707-12; died, aged 75, 5 June, 
bur. at Farndon 8 June 1733. 



George Vincent of Colney Hatch, =j=y\nn Stonard, dau. of Francis Stonard of St. Botolph's, 



CO. Middlesex; died, aged 67, 3 May 
1757, bur. at Friern Barnet, co. 
Middlesex. M.L Will dated 20 
March 1755, proved 12 May 1757 
(P.CC. 175 Ilerrhis). 



Bishopsgate, London, by Helen his wife, dau. of John 
Edwards of Northchurch, co. Hertford, gent ; marr. at 
St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, 26 March 1717; died, aged 56, 
21 September 1752, bur. at Friern Barnet. M.L 

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William Vincent, 
bapt. at Sheepy 
2 October 1735 ; 
bur. there 31 
August 1737. 



Rev. Thomas Gresley, D.D., Rector of Nether^ 
Scale, CO. Leicester ; bapt. at Wirksworth, co. 
Derby, 21 July 1734; educated at Repton and 
at Hart Hall, Oxford, matriculated 17 April 
1751, B.A. and M.A. 1758; B.D. and D.D. 
1768; Rector of Nether Scale 31 October 
1759; died at Bath, co. Somerset, 18 April, 
bur. at St. James', Bath, 23 April 1785. M.L 
Will dated 30 April 1784, proved 11 I\Lay 1785 
(P.CC. 247 Ducairl). He married 2ndly 
Elizabeth, dau. of Joseph Wilkes of Over Seale. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at Sheepy 

6 December 1732; marr. 

7 February J 757, marriage 
licence (Leicester) dated 
5 February; died, aged 36, 
19 March 1769, bur. 
at Nether Seale. M.L 
Portrait by Sir Joshua 
Reynolds, P.R.A., in the 
possession of Sir Robert 

Gresley, baronet. 



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{For issue see Vol. VIII., page 80.) 



129 



1 1 

Thomas Vincent, William Almey of Bitteswell, co.=f=Mary. 
died abroad. Leicester; living 9 March 170^. | 

A 


1 
John Almey of Leire,=Anne. 
CO. Leicester. 


.1 

William Almey of Bitteswell,=Elizabeth, married at Bitteswell 
CO. Leicester. 26 June 1660. 

c 


1 
John Vincent of=Anne 
Atherstone, co. Rober. 
Warwick. 

c 



Edward Reynolds of Newhouse Grange, co. Leicester, =j=Ann, aged 1 i 
esquire; bapt. at Kingsthorpe, co. Northampton, 24 1666; living 9 
November 1664; mentioned in will of George Vincent March 1705 
9 March i7o|-; bur. at Sheepy, co. Leicester, 17 Feb- bur. at Sheepy 
ruary 173!. Will dated 19 November 1731 and 17 July 28 June 171 1. 
1732, proved 2 October 1733 (270 Price). He married 2nd wife, 
istly Hannah Halford, who was buried at Sheepy 2 
March 170^, and 3rdly Anne, who was buried at Sheepy 
19 February 172^. /t\ 



Richard Vincent, 
aged 14 in 1682 ; 
married Elizabeth 
Barns, dau. of 
Thomas Barns. 



Rev. Richard Vincent, Rector of Donaghmore, co. Tyrone ; educated at Westminster, = 
admitted to the foundation in 1708, aged 15, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted 4 June 1713, aged 19, Scholar 1714; B.A. 1717; Fellow 1719; M.A. 1720; 
Tutor 1724-25 ; executor to the Rev. Nathaniel Whaley 6 May 1738. Will dated 13 
November 1773 and 13 February 1774, proved at Armagh 17 October 1774. 



= Ann 
Thomas. 



Richard Vincent of Granby Rovv,=Elizabeth Godley, marriage Elizabeth, born before 

Dublin. Will dated 23 January 1786 settlements dated 4 February 10 April 1737; living 

and 25 February 1788, proved 6 June 1769 ; living 25 February 23 January 1786; mar- 

1788 (Prerog : Court of Ireland). 1788. 2nd wife. ried . . . Dobbins. 



Francis Vincent of the Inner Temple,= 
London ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted Fellow-commoner 26 January 
174I, aged 19; died, aged 40, 20 December 
1766, bur. at Weddington, co. Warwick. 
M.I. Will dated 30 October 1765, proved 
25 February 1767 (P.C.C. 79 Legard). 



=Mercy Sheldon, dau. of the Rev. Dormer Sheldon 
of Abberton, co. Worcester ; bapt. 28 September 
1727; marr. at St. George-the-Martyr, Bloomsbury, 
London, 15 April 1758 ; e.xecutrix to her husband 
25 February 1767; died at Worcester 18 October 
1791. Will dated 13 October r79i, proved 13 De- 
cember 1 791 (P.C.C. 604 Bevor). She married istly 
Thomas Adderley of Weddington Hall. 

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Dormer Vincent, educated at Westminster, admitted 4 February 1773, King's Scholar 1775, 
and at University College, O.xford, matriculated i December r779, aged 18; Ensign 33rd Foot 
18 September 1780; Lieutenant 22nd Foot 1782, of the 5th Foot 1799; Captain 38th Foot 
3 August T804 ; died at Bath, co. Somerset, in December 1806. 



Hannah Vincent, of Nether Seale, co. Leicester; bapt. at Sheepy, co. Leicester, 15 April 1734. 
Will dated i March 1808, proved 10 December 1808 (P.C.C. 999 Ely). 



130 



John Vincent, Rev. William Vincent, born at Sheepy,= 
died, aged 2, co. Leicester, in 1671; of Emmanuel 
in 1670. College, Cambridge, B.A. 1692 ; M.A. 

1696; Rector of Laughton 21 September 
1697, and of Kibworth, co. Leicester, 28 
July 1704 ; died, aged 70, 12 January, 
bur. at Kibworth 16 January 174^. M.L 
Will dated 16 June 1741, proved at Leicester 
22 January 1745. 



=Anne Gregory, dau. of Richard 
Gregory ; marr. at St. Martin's- 
in-tlie-Fields, Westminster, 26 
October 1 704, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 23 Octo- 
ber ; died, aged 55, in August, 
bur. at Kibworth 22 August 1739. 
M.L 



George Vincent, bapt. at Kibworth 
3 February 170^; bur. there 21 
May 1708. 



Anne Vincent, bapt. at Kibworth 23 March 17?^; 
mentioned in her father's will 16 Julie 1741 ; bur. at 
Sheepy 15 May 1775. 



Giles Vincent, Portugal 
merchant ; Deputy of 
Lime Street Ward 1 733 
-60; died, aged 70, 
at Hammersmith, co. 
Middlesex, 21 Septem- 
ber 1764. Will dated 
6 August 1764, proved 
3 October 1764 (P.C.C. 
408 Simpson). 



=Sarah Holloway, 
dau. of Francis 
Holloway of 

Inglish, in Newn- 
ham Murren, co. 
Oxford ; marr. at 
Nuffield, CO. Ox- 
ford, 3 March 
172J. 



Rev. Nathaniel Whaley, Rector of= Elizabeth, 
Armagh ; bapt. at Broughton, co. North- died before 
ampton, 9 May 1677 ; of Wadham Col- 10 April 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 27 October 1737. 
1694, Exhibitioner 1695, Scholar 1696, 
Fellow 1700-1 7 15 ; Sub- Warden 17 10 ; 
B.A. 1698; M.A. 1701 (Dublin) 1715 ; 
Vicar of St. Giles', Northampton, 1701 
-1715 ; Rector of Castle Caulfield, co. 
Armagh, and of Armagh. Will dated 
10 April and 16 December 1737, proved 
6 May 1738 (Prerog: Court of Ireland). 



Francis Vincent of Threadneedle Street, London, =j= 
packer ; executor to his father 3 October 1764 ; 
died, aged 73, i November 1799. Will dated 
8 October 1799, proved 27 November 1799 
(P.C.C. 811 Howe). }^ 



Giles Vincent of Lisbon, 
Portugal ; killed in the earth- 
quake at Lisbon in 1755. 



John Blackall of Englishtown,=j=Mary, born before 10 
CO. Armagh. Will dated 25 April 1737; executrix 
October 1777, proved 30 June to her husband 30 
1787 (Prerog: Court of Ireland). June 1787. 

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Robert Blackall of=i=Anne, died be- 



Dublin ; living 23 
January 1786. 



fore 23 January 
1786. 



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Rev. Charles Justinian Raynsford, Rector of Alford, co.=Ann, marr. before 13 October 

Somerset ; bapt. at Brixworth, co. Northampton, 1 1 September 1791 ; by Royal Licence dated 

1757; of Clare Hall, Cambridge, LL.B. 1783; Rector of 14 February 1828 took the name 

Hardwick, co. Northampton, and of AUlford 1793; Chaplain and arms of Sheldon; died, 

to H. R. H. the Duke of Kent; died at Leamington, aged 78, 29 November 1838, 

CO. Warwick, 17 August 1805. M.L at Bugbrooke, bur. at Bugbrooke. M.L 
CO. Northampton. Will dated 21 March 1793, proved 19 
September 1805 (P.C.C. 662 Nelson). 



Dorothy Vincent, 
aged 8 in 1681. 



Susanna Vincent, 
aged 7 in 1682 ; 
died before 1707. 



Samuel Vincent, 
died aged 1 in 
1677. 



Mary, aged 3 in 
1682 ; executrix 
to her father 12 
June 1707. 



Thfinias Vincent, 
died, aged 3 
months, in 1681. 



Rev. Richard Vincent, Rector of Kibvvorth, co. Leicester; bapt. at=f=Avarilla Cunliffe, inarr. 



Kibworth 26 June 1712; of Hart Hill, Oxford, matriculated 8 May 
1730, B.A. 173!; of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, M.A. 1739; 
Rector of Church Langton, co. Leicester, 1732, and of Kibworth 
16 February 174^^; executor to his father 22 January 174^; bur. at 
Kibworth 15 February i74f. Will dated 29 January 174!, proved 
9 March 1 74! (P.C.C. 92 Lisk). 



at Christ Church, Spital- 
fields, CO. Middlesex, 
5 March 174^ ; bur. 
at Kibvvorth 15 August 
1748. 



in T 

Richard Vincent, bapt. at 
Kibworth 10 December 
1742, bur. there 14 De- 
cember following. 



Anne Vincent, bapt. at 
Kibworth 24 June 1744, 
bur. there 30 July following. 



Edward Croxall of Shustoke,= 
CO. \\'arvvick, esquire ; born 
1 1 December, bapt. at 
Shustoke 13 December 1741 ; 
Lord of the Manor of 
.Aldridge, co. Stafford ; died 
18 June, bur. at Shustoke 



25 June 1825. 



=Avarilla, bapt. 
at Kibworth 12 
August 1746; 
marr. in 1769 ; 
died, aged 77, 
bur. at Shustoke 
20 April 1824. 



Francis Vincent, 
bapt. at Kibworth 
1 3 September 
1747, bur. there 
20 September 
following. 



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George Vincent of London, soap-boiler ; mentioned in his father's^S. Morgan ; died before 
will 6 August 1764. Will dated 4 September 1773; administration 4 September 1773, bur. 
granted 10 November 1791 (P.C.C. 545 Bevor). at West Grinstead, co. 

Sussex. 



Thomas Vincent of London,=j=Frances Stace of Wend- John Newcombe of= 
dyer ; mentioned in his 
father's will 6 August 1764; 
Churchwarden of St. Benet 
Fink, London. 



over, CO. Buckingham ; 
marriage licence (Surrey) 
dated 22 May 1769. 



Cheapside, London ; 
born 2 2 February 1725; 
executor to will of Giles 
Vincent 3 October 1 764. 



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=Elizabeth. 



James Briggs of London, surgeon ; F.R.C.S.' 

(Hon.) 1843, Member of Council ; Senior 

Surgeon of the Lock Hospital ; died in Edgware died, aged 85 

Road, London, 29 March 1848. October 1857 



Frances Stace, marr. 
7 September 1809; 



12 



Samuel Sheldon (formerly Lessingham) of Upton-on-=j=Lucy, marr. at Powick, co. Worcester, 



Severn, co. Worcester ; by Royal Licence dated 23 
February 1828 took the name of Sheldon ; died, 
aged 79, bur. at Hanley Castle, co. Worcester, 21 
October 1852. /|\ 



2 September 1800; died, aged 75, 
bur. at Abberton, co. AV'orcester, 12 
April 1839. 



Mary Vincent, bapt. 
at Kibworth, co. 
Leicester, 23 July 
I 7 1 3, bur. there 9 
November followint;. 



Rev. Silvester Vincent, Rector of= 
North and South Mediety of 
Sheepy, co. Leicester ; bapt. at 
Kibworth in January lyif; of 
Lincoln College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 7 l.)ecember 1732, and of 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1736; M.A. 1741; Rector 
of Sheepy 1741 ; executor to his 
father 9 March 174I ; bur. at 
Sheepy 9 August 175S. Will dated 
5 June 1 75 1, proved 24 July 1759 
(P.C.C. 252 Arran). 



"Hannah Reynolds, dau. of I'^dward 
Reynolds of Newhouse Grange, 
CO. Leicester, esquire ; marr. at 
Sibson, CO. Leicester, 19 {? 29) 
January 1745, marriage licence 
(Leicester) dated 27 January, then 
aged about 30 ; executrix to her 
husband 24 July 1759; died 24 
May, bur. at Scale, co. Leicester, 
29 May 1772. M.L She married 
istly the Rev. William Vincent 
{see page 128). 



Very Rev. William Vincent, D.D., Dean of Westminster ;= 
born in Lime Street Ward, London, 2 November 1739; 
educated at Westminster, admitted Scholar 1753, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner 9 June 
1757, Scholar 1758; B.A. 1761; Fellow 1763; M.A. 
1764; D.D. 1776; Usher of \Vestminster School January 
1762, Second Master 28 May 1771, Head Master 
September 1788; Vicar of Longdon, co. Worcester, 
1778; Rector of All Hallows -the -Great, London, 17 
December 1778; Prebendary of Westminster 25 April 
I So I, Dean 7 August 1802 ; Rector of St. John's, 
\Vestminster, 1803, and of Islip, co. Oxford, 5 July 
1807; Chaplain to the King 1771; Sub-almoner 1784; 
President of Sion College 1798; Prolocutor of Lower 
House of Convocation 1802; died at the Deanery 21 
December, bur. in Westminster Abbey 29 December 18 15. 
(See ''^Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. LVIII., j^: 

page 363). '^^'^ 



Hannah Wyatt, dau. 
of George Wyatt, 
Chief Clerk of the 
Vote Office, House 
of Commons, by 
Hannah (Wood) his 
wife ; born 3 August 
John's, Westminster, 
1735; marr. at St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, 15 August 1 771; died 17 
February, bur. in Westminster Abbey 
23 February 1807. Administration 
granted 26 March 1807 (P.C.C.) 



Sidney, not 
21,6 August 
1764. 



bapt. at St. 
2 1 August 



Rev. William St. Andrew Vincent, Vicar of Bolney, co. Sussex ;=j=Frances Elizabeth Gayfere 



born 30 November, bapt. at Westminster Abbey 31 December 
1772; educated at Westminster, admitted 30 March 1780, Scholar 
1786, and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 22 June 1791, 
B.A. 1795; M.A. 1798; B.D. 1827; Prebendary of Chichester 
I April 1801 ; succeeded his father as Rector of All Hallows- 
the- Great and Less, London, 9 June 1803 ; Vicar of Bolney 13 
December 1827 ; administrator to his mother 26 ALarch 1807 ; died 
at Bolney 22 July 1849, bur. there. 



Jones, dau. of Evan Jones 
of Oakham, co. Rutland, 
by Ann his wife, dau. of 
John Ellington of Spalding, 
CO. Lincoln ; marr. at Oak- 
ham I August 1803; died, 
aged 80, 18 July 1855, bur. 
at Frostenden, co. Suffolk. 



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Francis Vincent, 
died in infancy. 



Mary Sheldon, of Bath Place, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester ; took the name and arms of 
Sheldon by Royal Licence dated 14 Feb- 
ruary 1828; died, aged 70, bur. at Abberton, 
CO. Worcester, 6 November 1837. 



Margaret 
Martin's, 
aged 51, 



Vincent, of St. 
Worcester ; died, 
bur. at Abberton 



19 February 1822. 



I 

Dorothy Vincent, bapt. at Kibworth, co. 
Leicester, 8 March 171I; bur. there 26 April 
1 7 16. 



Elizabeth, mentioned in her brothers' wills 
29 January 174^ and 5 June 1751. 



Mary Worsley, dau.= 
of the Rev. Francis 
Worsley, Rector of 
Chale, Isle of 
Wight, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of 
Henry Roberts of 
Standen, Isle of 
Wight ; bom at 
Chale 21 July 
1776; marr. there 
17 December 1803; 
died 10 September, 
bur. at Godshill, 
Isle of Wight, 15 
September 1807. 
I St wife. 



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=George Giles Vincent of Dean's= 
Yard, Westminster, Clerk to the 
Dean and Chapter ; born 1 1 
April, bapt. at Westminster 
Abbey 12 May 1774; Chapter 
Clerk and Registrar of the 
Abbey 4 November 1803; died 
in Dean's Yard 28 January, 
bur. in the North Cloister, 
Westminster Abbey, 3 February 
1859. Will dated 19 August 
and 16 October 1857, proved 12 
March 1859 (Prin. Reg., 199, 59). 




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=Emilia Elizabeth 
Tappenden, dau. of 
James Tappenden 
of Faversham, co. 
Kent, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of 
John Tappenden of 
London ; born at 
Faversham 5 De- 
cember 1785; marr. 
at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 1 3 De- 
cember 1817 ; died 
5 September, bur. in 
the North Cloister, 
Westminster Abbey, 
12 September 1848. 
2nd wife. 



Hannah Elizabeth 
Vincent, born 9 
November, bapt. 
at Westminster 
Abbey 12 Decem- 
ber 1776; died 8 
February, bur. in 
Westminster Ab- 
bey 1 3 February 
following. 



i^For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XIV., page 156.) 



134 



Pedigree of Feimy. 



Rev. John Penny of Uniton, co. Somerset, Rector of Bratton= 
St. Maur, co. Somerset (son of John Penny of Bruton) ; 
B.A. of Balliol College, O.xford, matriculated lo October 
1634, aged 18; Rector of Hratton St. Maur 4 September 
1662; bur. at Bruton 13 September 1689. Will dated 2 
March i68y ; administration granted at Wells 30 July 1690 
(Arch: of Wells). 



'Margaret, 
buried at 
Bruton 5 
Apr. 1678. 



Harwood. 

[Vol. 14, p. 177.] 



John Penny, Rev. James Penny, Vicar of Great Budworth, co.= 

bur.at Bruton Chester; bapt. at Bruton 8 July 1648; of Christ 

29 January Church, Oxford, matriculated 

i65f. 14 July 1665, B.A. i66g; 

M.A. 1672; Vicar of Great 

Budworth i68i ; renounced 

execution of his father's will 16 

June 1690; died 24 February, 

bur. at Great Budworth 27 

February i69f. Will dated 

24 February 169I, proved at 

Chester 16 May 1694. 

Seal used by the Rev. James 

Penny and the Rev. Edward 

Penny to a Deed dated 16 

June i6go. 




=Anne Harding, dau. of 
Robert Harding of 
Islip, CO. Oxford ; exe- 
cutrix to her husband's 
will 16 May 1694; died, 
aged 86, 12 April 1747, 
bur. at Nether Knuts- 
ford, CO. Chester. M.I. 
She married 2ndly 
Thomas Saunders of 
Acton, in Weaverham, 
CO. Chester, gent. 



Rev. John Penny, Rector of Ashton-under-Lyne, co. 
Lancaster ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
12 .April 1701, aged 19, B.A. 1704; M.A. 1707; 
Chaplain to the Earl of Warrington ; Rector of 
Ashton :726 ; executor to will of his brother 8 June 
1738; died 9 July 1758. Administration granted at 
Chester 10 May 1759. 



Meriel Penny, born 
22 March, bapt. at 
Great Budworth, co. 
Chester, 25 March 
1683 ; bur. there 26 
•August 1684. 



James Penny, 
born 2 June, 
bapt. at Great 
Budworth 15 
June 1686. 



Robert Penny of Nether Knutsford, co.= 
Chester, surgeon ; born 21 October, 
bapt. at Great Budworth 27 October 
1687. Will dated 14 January 173^, 
proved at Chester 8 June 1738. Small 
portrait in oils in possession of the 
Misses Lowndes, 24 Richmond Terrace, 
Liverpool. 



dare Filia Margaretta Alicia Trafford, dau. of William 
Trafford of Swythamley, in Leek, co. Stafford, esquire, 
by Clare his wife, dau. of William Lawton of Lawton, 
CO. Chester ; bapt. at Leek 22 March i68|; died 25 
October 1760. Small portrait in oils in possession 
of the Alisses Loumdes, 24 Richmond Terrace, 
Liverpool. 



Buckley Bower of=j=Frances, marr. 



Stockport, CO. Ches- 
ter, and afterwards 
of Aspinshaw, co. 
Derby, gent ; died, 
aged 81, bur. at 
Hay field, CO. Derby, 
26 July 1803. 



at Knutsford in 
Junei747;died, 
aged 72, 23 Jan- 
uary 1785, bur. 
at Stockport. 
M.L 



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Henry Penny of Nether= 
Knutsford, surgeon (twin 
with Edward) ; born 
I August, bapt. at Knuts- 
ford 15 August 1 7 14; 
administrator to his uncle 
10 ALiy 1759; died at 
Knutsford 29 August 
1 7 78, bur. there. M.L Will 
dated 25 August 1778, 
proved 1 2 September 
1778 (P.C.C. 369 Hay). 



'Elizabeth Brooke, dau. of 
Thomas Brooke of Astley 
Hall, in Chorley, co. Lan- 
caster, by Margaret his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Wharton of 
St. Benet's, Gracechurch 
Street, London; marr. 15 
June 1749 ; died, aged 46, 
1 1 April, bur. at Knutsford 
13 April 1775. M.L Por- 
trait at Astley Hall. 

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Rev. Edward Penny, B.D., Rector of Hampton Poyle, 
CO. Oxford; bapt. at Bruton, co. Somerset, 19 Novem- 
ber 1650 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 6 April 
1666 ; Scholar of Corpus 23 July 1666, aged 15 years 
and 8 months; B.A. 1669; M.A. 167!; B.D. i68i; Fellow 
of Corpus 1673; Rector of Hampton Poyle 1683-1693 ; 
renounced execution of his father's will 16 June 1690. 



Gabriel Fellen=i=Margaret, adminis- 



of Bruton, gold- 
smith ; bur. at 
Bruton 25 Oc- 
tober 1 7 14. 



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tratrix to her father's 
will 30 July 1690 ; 
bur. at Bruton 6 
May 1723. 



Ann Penny, bapt. at Great 
Budworth, co; Chester, in 
August 1689 ; died young. 



Sarah Penny, bapt. at Great Budworth in May 1691 ; renounced 
administration to her brother 10 May 1759. Will dated 9 August 
1771, proved 11 .'\ugust 1778 (P.C.C. 330 Hay). 



Edward Penny of Chiswick, co. Middlesex, R.A. (twin with= 
Henry) ; born i August, bapt. at Knutslord, co. Chester, 
15 August 1714; an original member and first Professor of 
Painting of the Royal Academy December 1768; died at 
Chiswick, co. Middlesex, 16 November 1 791, bur. at Chessing- 
ton, CO. Surrey. M.I. in church. Will dated 13 July 1790, 
21 July 1790, and 7 November 1791, proved 22 November 
I 791 (P.C.C. 534 Beevor). {See "Dklionary of National 
Biography" Vol. XLIV., page JJJ.) Portrait by himself 
as a young man, in the possession of Mrs. Readman ; also 
a Portrait in the ^^ Royal Academy of 1/74" hy John Zoffany, 
R.A., at Windsor Castle. 



=Elizabeth Simmons, dau. of John 
Simmons of Millbank, Westmin- 
ster, by Elizabeth Wilkins his wife; 
marr. al St. Anne's, Soho, London, 
4 September 1755; died, aged 71, 
at Chiswick 30 April 1790, bur. at 
Chessington. M.I. Will undated 
proved 20 October 1790 (P.C.C. 
478 Bishop). She married istly 
Richard Fortnam of St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London. 



Elizabeth Simmons,= 
only dau. and heir 
of Thomas Sim- 
mons of Millbank, 
Westminster, by 
Martha his wife, 
dau. of Charles 
Hamilton, and sister 
and coheir of Chry- 
sostom Hamilton of 
Chessington Hall, 
CO. Surrey ; marr. at 
St. John's, West- 
minster, 20 January 
1778; died at Chis- 
wick, CO. Middle- 
sex, 7 May 1794. 
I St wife. 



=Henry Penny of 21 Kensington Square, co.= 
Middlesex ; born 5 June, bapt. at Knuts- 
ford 3 July 1750; admitted to Manchester 
Grammar School 11 January 1764; executor 
to wills of his father 12 September 1778 and 
to his uncle Edward 22 November 1791 ; 
died at 21 Kensington Square 22 Decem- 
ber, bur. at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, 
31 December 1833. Will with four codicils 
dated 10 October 1828 to 18 January 1833, 
proved 23 January 1834 (P.C.C. 44 Teign- 
mouth). Portrait in oils by Henry Perronet 
Briggs, R.A., and a Miniature, in possession 
of Henry Williatn Forsyth Hanoood and 
the Misses Harwood. 



=Bathsheba Smith, sister of 
William Smith of Chiswick, 
and cousin of Sir William 
Smith of Eardiston, co. 
Worcester, baronet ; marr. at 
Chiswick 17 January 1795; 
died, aged 89, at 21 Kensing- 
ton Square, 7 January, bur. 
at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensing- 
ton, 15 January 1839. Will 
dated 15 February T834, 
proved 19 January 1839 
(Cons : Court of London). 
2nd wife. 




Elizabeth Penny, born in Great Ormond Street, London, 4 March, bapt. at St. George-the- 
Martyr, Bloomsbury, London, 29 March 1779; executrix to her father's will 23 January 1834; 
died at 21 Kensington Square, co. Middlesex, 13 March, bur. at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, 
21 March 1837. M.I. Will dated 17 November 1836, proved 3 April 1837, by the 
Rev. Henry Penny, brother (P.C.C. 302 Norwich). 



Thomas Penny of Queen Square, London, surgeon ; bapt. at Great=[=Jane, bur. in the burial 



Budworth, co. Chester, in November 1692; renounced administra- 
tion to his brother 10 May 1759; died 17 August, bur. in the burial 
ground of St. George-the-Martyr, Bloomsbury, London, 27 August 
1776. Will dated 13 February 1776, proved 30 August 1776 (P.C.C. 
371 Bellas). Miniature furmerfy in the possession of the late Rev. 
Fraser Hislop Penny. 



ground of St. George- 
the-Martyr, Bloomsbury. 
Miniature formerly in 
the possession of the late 
Rev. Fraser Hislop 
Penny. 



James Penny, bapt. 
at Knutsford, co. 
Chester, in 1716 ; 
living 13 July 1790. 



Samuel Wright of Knutsford, =|=Anne, born in 1 7 1 7 ; marr. at Knutsford 



gent; born 7 July 1708; died 
in 1 79 1. Portrait in oils 
in the possession of Mrs. 
Readman. J^ 



3 June 1745; died 20 December 1796. 
Portrait in the possession of the Rev. 
Henry Farley 0/ Parkstone, co. Dorset. 



Edward Penny of Edge Hill, Liverpool ; born= 
17 July, bapt. at Knutsford, co. Chester, 
I August 1751 ; admitted to Manchester 
Grammar School 11 January 1764; executor 
to wills of his father 12 September 1778, and 
of his uncle Edward 22 November 1791 ; died 
at Liverpool 2 September 18 15, bur. at St. 
Nicholas', Liverpool, remains removed 20 
May 1884 to Knotty Ash, co. Lancaster. 
M.L Will dated 5 April 1814, proved 29 
January 1816 (P.C.C. 42 Wynne.) 



'Elizabeth Pickance, dau. of William Pickance 
of Water Street, Liverpool, gent, by Jane his 
wife, 2nd dau. of Thomas Brooke of Astley 
Hall, CO. Lancaster (by Margaret Wharton) ; 
born in Water Street, Liverpool, 7 June 1763; 
marr. at St. Thomas', Liverpool, 15 September 
1783; executrix to her husband 29 January i8i6; 
died at Liverpool 19 January 1828, bur. at St. 
Nicholas', Liverpool, remains removed 20 May 
1884 to Knotty Ash. M.L Will dated 13 Au- 
gust 1824, with two codicils dated 12 October 
1824 and 3 June 1826, proved 6 May 1828. 
(P.C.C. 302 Sutton.) 



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Rev. Henry Penny of 12 Upper Phillimore Place, = 
Kensington, London, and of Chessington Hall, co. 
Surrey ; born in Great Ormond Street, London, 
8 December 1780, bapt. at St. George-the-Martyr, 
Bloomsbury, London, i January 1781 ; of Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 7 February 1799; B.A. 1803; 
M.A. 1807 ; executor to his father's will 23 January 
1834 ; died at 12 Upper Phillimore Place, Kensington, 
30 April, bur. in the churchyard of St. Mary Abbot's, 
Kensington, 7 May 1850. M.L Administration granted 
16 May 1850 (Cons: Court of London). Miniature by 
IV. P. J. Lodder(i8oj), and a .Silhouette (about 1S40), 
both in the possession of his surviving grandchildren. 



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=Sarah Harwood, only dau. and heir 
of John Harwood of Great Russell 
Street, London, and of Chiswick, co. 
Middlesex, by Sarah his ist wife, 
dau. and eventual coheir of John 
Spateman of Chiswick ; bom 25 
August, bapt. at St. Bride's, Fleet 
Street, London, 5 October 1781 ; marr. 
by licence at Chiswick 25 August 
1808, marriage settlements dated 20 
August; died at 12 Upper Phillimore 
Place, Kensington, 30 April, bur. in 
Brompton Cemetery, London, 8 May 
1865. M.L Administration granted 
20 ^Lay 1865 (Prin. Reg.) Silhouette 
taken about 1840, in the possession of 
her surviving grandchildren. 



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{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIV., page 177). 



'37 



Sarah Penny, bapt. 
at St. George-the- 
Martyr, Blooms- 
bury, 20 May 1725; 
died young. 



Thomas Penny, bapt. 
at St. George-the- 
Martyr, Bloomsbury, 
15 January 172^ ; 
died young. 



John Penny (twin with 
Elizabeth), bapt. at 
St. George-the-Martyr, 
Bloomsbury, 27 March 
1728 ; died young. 



Elizabeth Penny (twin 
with John), bapt. at 
St. George-the-Martyr, 
Bloomsbury, 27 March 
1728 ; died young. 



William Penny, bapt. at Knutsford, co. 
Chester, in 1719 ; died at sea. Will dated 
14 May 1746, proved 24 September 1754 
(P.C.C. 257 Pinfold). 



Robert Penny, bapt. at 
Knutsford in 1720; living 
17 April 1 761; (?) died in 
Jamaica before 9 Aug. 1 7 7 1 . 



John Penny, bapt. 
at Knutsford in 
1724; died young. 



Peter Penny of Kent Square, Liverpool ; bapt. at=i=Mary Pimlow, dau. of William and 



Knutsford in 1728; died 15 August, bur. at Great Bud 
worth, CO. Chester, 17 August 1802. Portrait in oils 
{circa 17Q6) by John Williamson, in the possession of 
Alexander Brooke of 34 Craven Hill Gardens, London. 



Ann Pimlow of Great Budworth ; 
marr. at Great Budworth 6 February 
1759 ; died i January, bur. at Great 
Budworth 4 January 1780. 



Clare Button Penny, bom 
I January 1760; died 12 
January 1763. 



Peter Penny, born 29 
March 1761 ; died 7 
January 1763. 



Anna Maria Clare Penny, born 24 
February 1763 ; died 23 July 1765. 



Robert Penny, born 24 January, 
bapt. at Knutsford 8 February 
1753; admitted to Manchester 
Grammar School 25 June 1765; 
died 25 October 1768, bur. at 
Knutsford. M.I. 



Peter Penny of Nether Knutsford,=(?) Ann Harri- 
surgeon ; born 14 October, bapt. at son, marriage 
Knutsford 6 November 1754; admitted licence (Ches- 
to Manchester Grammar School 25 ter) dated 6 
June 1765; died 12 August 1796, April 1779. 
bur. at Knutsford. M.I. 



138 



Richard Daven-=Jane, bapt. at St. 
port, surgeon; George- the- Mar- 



mentioned in 
will of Thomas 
Penny 13 Feb- 
ruary 1776. 



tyr, Bloomsbury, 
London, 30 Oc- 
tober 1729 ; died 
before 13 Feb- 
ruary 1 776. Poy- 
trait in oils by 
Edward Penny, 
R.A., in the 
possession of the 
Misses Loivndes. 



Thomas Penny, Sarah Penny, of Upper Charlotte 
baptised at St. Street, Rathbone Place, London ; 
George - the - bapt. at St. George-the-Martyr, 
Martyr, Blooms- Bloomsbury, 27 September 1732 j 
July executrix to her father 30 Au- 
died gust 1776. Will dated 17 March 
1806, proved 7 March 1812 (P.C.C. 
1 38 Oxford). Portrait in oils by 
Edivard Penny, R.A., in the 
possesion of Alexander Brooke of 
34 Craven Hill Gardens, London. 



bury, 

1731 ; 

young. 



Thomas Edwards= 
of 1 1 Great James 
Street, Bedford 
Row, London ; 
died, aged 61, at 
1 1 Great James 
Street, Bedford 
Row, 2 June 1823. 



=Elixabeth, born 5 
July, bapt. at Knuts- 
ford, CO. Chester, 28 
August 1764 ; died 
at 1 1 Great James 
Street, Bedford 
Row, 20 October, 
bur. at Friern 
Barnet, co. Middle- 
sex, 23 October 
1846. 



Richard Brooke of Hand-= 
ford, CO. Chester; born 
14 June 1761 ; died, aged 
91, 15 June 1852, bur. 
at St. James', Liverpool. 
Portrait in oils by Edivard 
Warren, painted in 184J, 
in possession of his grand- 
son, Alexander Brooke. 



=Mary, born 3 May, bapt; 
I June 1766; marr. at 
Great Budworth, co. 
Chester, 29 December 
1786; died 15 January 
1847, bur. at St. James', 
Liverpool. 



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Elizabeth Butler, dau. of= 
Edmund Butler of the 
Rhydding, in Bentham, co. 
York, by Jane his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Welch of 
Cheshunt, co. Hertford ; 
born 29 August 1762; 
married at Bentham 24 
September 1795 ; died 20 
November, bur. at Chelford, 
CO. Chester, 23 November 
1803. ist wife. 



=Rev. James Penny, Vicar of Preston, co.= 
Lancaster ; born 24 May, bapt. at Knutsford 
13 June 1756; admitted to Manchester 
Grammar School 8 July 1767; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 26 April 1775, 
B.A. 1779; M.A. 1784; Incumbent of 
Marton, co. Chester, 1795-1806; \'icar of 
Chelford 1795, of Chipping, co. Lancaster, 
10 May 1807, and of Preston 26 September 
1809 ; died 31 October 18 16, bur. at Preston. 
Will dated 12 February 1813, proved 6 July 
1820 (P.C.C. 434 Kent). 



'Elizabeth Fenton, 
dau. of James 
Fenton of Huns- 
let, CO. York, by 
Dorothy Greame 
his wife ; married 
at Preston 7 
April 181 2, mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 6 April. 
2nd wife. 



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Brooke Penny, born 
26 September 1758, 
bapt. at Knutsford, 
CO. Chester ; died 
3 January 1766, bur. 
at Knutsford. ^LL 



Thomas Penny, 
born 24 June, 
bapt. at Knuts- 
ford 17 July 
1 761 ; died 28 
January 1791, 
1 lur. at Knutsford. 
M.L 



John Brunt ;=f=Elizabeth, born 24=. 
married before 
I January 1789. 
I St husband. 



. Wolff 
January 1766 ; died of Preston. 
15 November, bur. 2nd husband, 
at Preston 2 1 No- 
I vember 1836. 

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139 



Ven'"''' James Jones, D.D., Archdeacon of Hereford; born= 
I May 1731 ; of New College, Oxford, matriculated 
13 December 1748, aged 17, B.A. 1752; M.A. 1756; 
B.D. and D.D. 1776; Vicar of Shinfield and Curate of 
Swallowfield, both co. Berks, 1771 ; Rector of St. Mary 
Somerset, London, 30 July 1776; Prebendary of Hereford 
6 February 1769, Archdeacon 28 December 1787; died, 
aged 91, in Upper Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, 
London, 29 January 1823, bur. in the burial ground of 
St. George -the -Martyr, Bloomsbury, London. M.L there, 
also a Memorial Tablet in Hereford Cathedral. Miniature 
formerly in the possession of the late Rev. Fraser Hislop 
Penny, and another in the fossessio?i of Alexander Brooke 
of J4 Craven Hill Gardens, London. 



=Anne, bapt. at St. George -the- 
Martyr, Bloomsbury, London, 
II April 1735; executrix to her 
father's will 30 August 1776; 
marr. at Richmond, co. Surrey, 
30 August 1777 ; bur. in the 
burial ground of St. George-the- 
Martyr, Bloomsbury. Portrait 
in oils by Edward Penny, R.A., 
in possession of the Misses 
Lowndes ; also a miniature iti the 
possessio?i of Alexander Brooke. 



Thomas Penny, bapt. at St. George -the - 
Martyr, Bloomsbury, 24 February 173^ ; 
died young. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at St. George -the -Martyr, 
Bloomsbury, 27 May 1739; died young. 



Sarah Penny, of 11 Great 
James Street, Bedford Row; 
born 23 May, bapt. 30 
June 1768; died 6 July 
1 85 1, bur. in the burial 
ground of St. George-the- 
Martyr, Bloomsbury. M.L 



Thomas Penny of Edge Hill, Liverpool ;= 
born 12 October, bapt. 12 November 1770; 
died at Liverpool 5 June 1838. Will dated 
II April 1836, proved 13 August 1838 
(P.C.C. 548 Nicholl). Miniature formerly 
in the possession of the late Rev. Fraser 
Hislop Penny. 



=Esther Brennand 
of Prestwich, co. 
Lancaster ; died 
at Edge Hill, 
Liverpool, aged 
76, on Thursday, 
II April 1850. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XVI., page 92.) 



140 




Pedigree of Tlntrsfield. 



Thursfield. 

[Vol. 14, p. 182.] 



William Thursfield, son of= 
Robert Thursfield (buried 
at Burslem, co. Stafford, 
3 October 1728). 



^Mary Webb, dau. of 
Captain William Webb ; 
marr. at Caverswall, co. 
Stafford, 6 October 1 706. 



John Tluirsfield= 
of Benthall Hall, 
Broseley, co. 
Salop ; died, aged 
S3, 2 1 June 1760, 
bur. at Broseley. 



^Eleanor Morris, dau. of John Morris 
of Broseley, by Eleanor his wife, (?) dau. 
of Richard Hill of Broseley ; bapt. at 
Broseley 13 February i7of ; marr. there 
20 April 1729; died, aged 75, in 1774, 
bur. at Broseley. 



\Villiam Thurs- 
field, bapt. 
at Broseley 9 
May 1730. 



Lloyd=j=Priscilla, bapt.^ 



of Jackfield, 
near Broseley. 
ist husband. 



at Broseley 4 
June 1732 ; 
died 13 March 
1791. 



Hartshorne, 
of Broseley. 
2nd husband. 



A 



John Thursfield= 
of Benthall Hall ; 
bapt. at Broseley 
16 December 
1733 ; died, aged 
55, 6 January 
1789, buried at 
Broseley. Will 
dated 6 No- 
vember 1787, 
proved 2 March 

1789 (P.C.C. 173 
Machani). 



=Sarah Brown, Thomas Thursfield, bapt. at HannahThurs- Eleanor, bapt. 

marr. at Al- Broseley 8 February 173I; field, bapt. at at Broseley 10 

berbury, co. bur. there 9 March 173I. Broseley 12 July 1743 

Salop, 17 _ April 1741 ; 

April 1763 ; bur. there 24 

died, aged 45, Mary Thursfield, bapt. at July 1742. 

29 August Broseley 8 October 1738; 

1779. bur. there n August 1742. 



married 
Pennell. 



I 



John Guest= 
of Broseley. 



A 



=Hannah, bapt. at 
Broseley 22 Sep- 
tember 1745. 



William (Morris) Thursfield, bapt.^ 
at Broseley 2 March 174I; died 
at Philadelphia, in the United 
States of America, in 1 783. /t\ 



John Thursfield^, 
of Benthall Hall ; 
executor to his 
father 2 March 
1789. 



. Collins, 
bapt. 2 5 Sep- 
tember 1768 ; 
drowned off 
Guernsey 9 De- 
cember 18 16. 



Elizabeth Thurs- 
field, born at 
Broseley in 1 765 ; 
buried there 26 
March 1773. 



William Thursfield=i=Elizabeth Asbury, 
of Broseley, sur- 
geon ; born 6 
January 1767 ; 
died at Broseley 
13 April 1815. 



born 4 March 
1773; marr. at 
MiddletonScriven, 
CO. Salop, 20 April 
1 797 ; died 6 
October 1851. 



A 



141 



Thomas Thursfield= 
of Barrow, co. 
Salop ; bapt. 29 
September 1768 ; 
died, aged 69, 27 
February 1837. 



A\ 



=Anne Howells, Rev. Richard Thursfield, Vicar of= 
dau. of Thomas Pattingham and Patshull, both co. 
Howells ; marr. Stafford ; born 1 1 January, bapt. 2 1 May 
10 December 1771 ; educated at Shrewsbury and at 
1793; bur. at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
Barrow 28 June 20 October 1788, aged 17, B.A. 1792 ; 
1848. M.A. 1795; Perpetual Curate of 

Patshull 20 July 1803, Vicar of 
Pattingham 28 December 1819; died 
17 May 1847, bur. at Beckbury, 
CO. Salop. Portrait in the possession 
of Spencer Thursfield. 



^Letitia Periam, 
dau. of the 
Rev. George 
Periam, Vicar 
of Lathbury, co. 
Buckingham, by 
Letitia (Street) 
his wife. 



Rev. Richard Periam Thursfield, 
Rector of Sidbury, co. Salop ; 
born 6 April, bapt. at Claverley, 
CO. Salop, 9 April 1797 ; educated 
at Shrewsbury and at St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1819 ; 
Bell Scholar 1816: Rector of 
Sidbury 185 1 ; died 27 November 
1873- 



John George Thursfield of=i=Eleanor Mary Hunt, dau. of 



Wednesbury, co. Stafford, 
solicitor ; born 30 De- 
cember 1798, bapt. at 
Claverley i January 
1799 ; died, aged 29, 
at Wednesbury, 9 May 
1828, buried there. Will 
dated 3 December 1827, 
proved 6 February 1829 
(P.C.C. 113 Liverpool'). 



James Hunt of Cecil Street, 
Strand, London, solicitor ; 
born 15 August 1801 ; marr. 
at St. Martin's-in-the -Fields, 
Westminster, 14 June 1825; 
died at Leamington, co. War- 
wick, 7 May 1864, bur. at 
Wednesbury. Adinon was 
granted at Birmingham 6 June 
1864. 



A 



For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XIV., page 182). 



William Edmund Thursfield, born^Sarah Bate, died 
19 November 1800; died 11 in May 1834. 
October 1833, bur. at Pattingham. 



Frances Thursfield, born 28 September 
1802 ; died at Bridgnorth, co. Salop, 
5 February 1888. 



Edward Thursfield, born=j=Fanny Evans, 



5 March, bapt. at Brose- 
ley, CO. Salop, 1 7 March 
1773 ; died in 1848. 



of Posenhall, 
in Broseley. 



/K 



John Pierce of Wrexham, =Margaret Elizabeth, born 
CO. Denbigh ; died in 8 April, bapt. at Brose- 
1850. ley 24 June 1777 ; died 

in 1807. 



142 




Pedigree of Jalland of Holderness, 
CO. York. 



Jalland. 

[Vol. 14, p. 189.] 







William Jalland of Stapleford, co. 
Lincoln, and of Scarrington, co. 
Nottingham, descended from and 
heir of John Jalland of Scarrington, 
yeoman, and Elizabeth [Farnworth] 
his wife {see Vol. X., page 6g) ; 
died 2 December, bur. at Becking- 
ham, CO. Lincoln, 5 December 
1723. He married istly in April 
1704, .Sarah Robinson. 



=j=Sarah Toynbee, 
married in May 
1710. 



Susannah, born Sarah, born 12 
16 April 1711. May 1712. 



John Jalland of Hartshill,=pAnne Marriott, dau. of Richard 



CO. Warwick, and of 
Stapleford, grazier ; born 
7 May 1713 ; died 20 
March 1774. Will dated 
30 September 1 7 7 1 , proved 
9 June 1784 (P.C.C. 329 
Jiockingliam). 



Marriott of Mansfield, co. 
Nottingham ; married at Farns- 
field, CO. Nottingham, 15 
September 1734 ; executor to 
her husband 9 June t784 ; died, 
aged 85, 27 December 1796, bur. 
at Mansfield i January 1797. 



William Jalland of Bas-= 
singham, co. Lincoln ; 
born 3 April 1737 ; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 30 September 1771; 
died, aged 47,15 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Broughton, 
CO. Lincoln, 18 Novem- 
ber 1784. 



=Mary Dent, dau. of John Dent John Jalland, 
of Winterton, co. Lincoln, by born 22 April 
Lsabella his wife, dau. of 1742; executor 
Thomas Aldam ; married at to his father 
Winterton 11 October 1764; 9 June 1784. 
died, aged 59, 16 August, 
bur. at Hornsea, co. York, 20 
August 1800. 



Richard Jalland of 
Lincoln ; born 10 
May 1 748 ; executor 
to his father g June 
1784; died, aged 
72, 12 March, bur. 
at York 16 March 
1824. 



John Jalland of Newark-on-Trent, co.=j=Mary Middleton, dau. of 



Nottingham; born 15 November 1765; 
mentioned in his grandfather's will 30 
September 1771 ; Captain Newark Volun- 
teers, afterwards Captain Nottinghamshire 
(Local) Militia ; died 3 September 1830. 
Administration granted at York 26 Novem- 
ber 1830. /K 



Boswell Middleton of Borough- 
bridge, CO. York, by Mary his 
wife; born 3 May 1768; marr. 
at Otley, co. York, 19 December 
r788 ; died 4 March 1829. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XIV., page j6'(^.) 



Thomas Jalland, 
born 26 June 
1766 ; died 21 
August, bur. at 
Wirksworth, co. 
Derby, 24 August 
1774- 



'43 



William Jalland of=j=Rebecca Potter, niarr. Thomas Jalland, Jane, born 9 Joseph Jalland, 



Gainsborough, co. 
Lincoln ; born 23 
June 1 7 14; died 
22 March 177 1. 



at Beltoft, CO. Lincoln, born 29 Septem- April 1717. 
9 August 1745; died, ber 17 15. 
aged 63, 10 February, 
bur. at Gainsborough 
13 February 1772. 



born 10 June 
1718. 



Thomas Chivers of Askham,^Sarah, born 18 
CO. Nottingham. May 1746. 



William Jalland, born 
17 November 1747. 



Joseph Jalland of= 
Coddington,co.Not- 
tingham, and after- 
wards of Broughton, 
CO. Lincoln, farmer ; 
born 16 August 
1749 ; executor to 
his father 9 June 
1784 ; died, aged 
71, 23 April, bur. at 
Broughton 30 April 



=Sarah Fowler, dau. 
of John and Eliza- 
beth Fowler of 
Coventry, co. War- 
wick ; marr. there 5 
April 1792 ; {?)died, 
aged 80, at Yatton, 
CO. Somerset, in 
1843- 



Anna Jalland, of 
Mansfield, CO. Not- 
tingham ; born 14 
February 1753; 
mentioned in her 
father's will 30 
September 1771 ; 
died, aged 61, 29 
July, bur. at Mans- 
field I August 
1813. 



Elizabeth Jalland, born 4 April 
1754; died 5 May, bur. at 
Broughton 8 May 1768. 



Sarah Jalland, of Borough bridge, 
CO. York ; born 9 August 1755; 
mentioned in her father's will 30 
September 1771 ; died, aged 81, 
6 April, bur. at Scotton, co. 
Lincoln, 9 April 1837. 



Joseph Jalland of 
Coddington, miller ; 
born 4 March 1794 ; 
died, aged 27, 14 
July, buried at 
Broughton 20 July 



Young Sturge of= 
Bristol, surveyor 
(son of Jacob 
and Sarah Sturge) ; 
died, aged 62, at 
Bristol 3 February 
1844- 



=Sarah, born 29 Sep- 
tember 1795 ; marr. 
at Broughton 12 
September 1815 ; 
died at Olveston, co. 
Gloucester, aged 63, 
in 1858. 



John Jalland, born 13 July 
1797 ; died 4 March, bur. at 
Broughton 8 March 1798. 



Charles Jalland, born 13 July 
1797 ; died 3 February, bur. at 
Broughton 8 February 1798. 



John Jalland=j=Susannah Hopkins, dau. of Jonathan Lucy Jalland, born 2 February, died 



of Coddington, 
farmer ; born 
31 December 
1798. 



and Susannah Hopkins of Brandy 6 March, bur. at Broughton 9 March 
Car; marr. at Brigg, co. Lincoln, 19 1800. 
May 1827 ; died, aged 25, 2 August, 

bur. at Broughton 7 August 1828. cj^^^jg^ Jalland, born 13 February 

1802. 



Sarah, born 28 
March 1828. 



Lucy, born 13 February 1804. 



144 



Pedigree of Barlow. 



Barlow. 

[Vol. 14, p. 194.) 



William Barlow of South Audley Street,= 
Westminster, gent, son of Hugh Barlow of 
Forebridge, in Castle Church, co. Stafford ; 
bapt. at Castle Church 8 January i68§ ; 
died at Bath, co. Somerset, 30 September 
1743, bur. in South Audley Street Chapel, 
Westnu'nstcr. .'\dministration granted 17 
October 1743 (P.C.C.) 



'Elizabeth Ford, dau. 
of William Ford of 
St. Marylebone, co. 
Middlesex, gent; died 
in May 1741, bur. in 
South Audley Street 
Chapel, Westminster. 



John Barlow of St.= 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London ; 
administrator to his 
father 17 October 
1743 ; died 26 No- 
vember 1757, bur.in 
South Audley Street 
Chapel, Westmin- 
ster. Administration 
granted 12 Decem- 
ber 1757 (P.C.C.) 



=Martha Timbrell, dau. of Benjamin 
Timbrell of Grosvenor Street, 
St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 27 De- 
cember 1743 ; administratrix to her 
husband 12 December 1757 ; living 
23 March 1803. She married 
2ndly John Pratt of Lower Brook 
Street, London, esquire. 



Thomas Barlow= 
of St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London ; Lieut.- 
Colonel Middle- 
sex Militia ; died 
at Bath 5 Jan- 
uary 1 784. 



'Elizabeth Jones, 
dau. of Edward 
Jones of Nant- 
wich, CO. Chester ; 
died g April 1777, 
bur. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London. 



Other Robert Pratt Barlow of Turnham=j=Elizabeth Emma, born 25 



Green, co. Middlesex, barrister- 
at-law ; born 20 November 1751 ; 
of the Inner Temple; living 23 
March 1803. 



April 1753 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London, i December 
1776. 



Thomas Barlow, born 
13 January 1760 ; died 
30 November 1777, bur. 
in South Audley Street 
Chapel, Westminster. 



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William Barlow of St. Paul's, Covent=j=Hilare Butcher, dau. of Robert =Elizabeth, marr. 



Garden, London, and afterwards of 
Bath, CO. Somerset ; died 29 May, 
bur. at St. Michael's, Bath, 5 June 
1798. Will dated 21 May 1796, 
proved 6 July 1798 (P.C.C. 459 
IValpok). 



Robert Butcher of 
Walthainstow, co. Essex ; 
marr. 17 February 1757; 
died 1 8 November, bur. 
at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, London, 25 
November 1774. 



Duncomb at St. George's, 

of Walton- Hanover Square, 

on-Thames, London, 7 April 

CO. Surrey. 1743. 



Admiral Sir Robert Barlow, G.C.B. ; born 25 December 1757 ; Lieutenant=f=Elizabeth Anne 



Royal Navy 6 November 1778, as Lieutenant of the " Courageux " took 
part in the capture of "La Minerve " 4 January 1781, and the relief of 
Gibraltar in October 1782; Commander 1790, captured " Le Patriote " 
privateer, 15 February 1793, while in command of the " Childers " ; 
Captain 24 May 1793, commanded the "Pegasus" in Lord Howe's Action 

I June 1793, the "Phoebe "in the capture of the "Nereide" 21 December 
1797, and the "Africaine" 19 February 1801 ; knighted at the Queen's 
House 1 6 June 1801 ; Deputy Controller Royal Navy and Commissioner of 
Chatham Dockyard September 1808; retired with rank of Rear-Admiral 
24 January 1823; Admiral 12 November 1840; K.C.B. 20 May 1820; 
G.C.B. 23 February 1840; died at the Archbisliop's Palace, Canterbury, 

II May 1843. A 



Garrett, dau. of 
^Villiam Garrett of 
Worting, co. Hants ; 
marr. 8 September 
1785 ; died at 
Chatham, co. Kent, 
17 September 1817. 



145 



Harriet Flemming, dau. of Major= 
John Flemming of the 36th Foot ; 
marr. at Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 
in August 1798; died, aged 36, 
26 December iSoi, bur. at 
Wandsworth 2 January 1802. 
M.I. ist wife. 



=AViniam Barlow of Chatham= 
Place, London, merchant ; born 
2 April, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, London, 30 
April 1759; executor to his 
father 6 July 1798; died at 
Holybourne, co. Hants, 12 
December 1839. 



=Louisa Harris, dau. of 
Richard Harris of Esher, 
CO. Surrey ; marr. at Esher 
II October 1803; died, 
aged 84, at St. Ann's Hill, 
Wandsworth, 31 October 
i860. 2nd wife. 



Rev. Thomas William Barlow, Vicar of Halberton, co. Devon ;=i=Anne Frances Bockett, dau. 



born 12 October, bapt. at St. Paul's, Covent Garden, London, 
6 November 1760; educated at Ashford, co. Kent, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner 13 May 1777 ; 
Scholar 1779; B.A. 1781; Fellow 1783; M.A. 1784; 
Prebendary of Bristol; Vicar of Halberton 1799; died 18 
January 182 1. 



of John Bockett of South 
Mimms, co. Middlesex ; marr. 
at Piddington, co. Northampton, 
12 January 1798; died, aged 
70, at Farnham, co. Surrey, 23 
May 1838. 



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Sir George Hilaro Barlow, baronet, G.C.B. ; born 20 January, bapt. at= 
St. Paul's, Covent Garden, London, 13 February 1763; entered the Bengal 
Service as writer 1778; Sub-Secretary of Government (Revenue Department) 
1788 ; Chief Secretary 1796 ; Member of Council 1791 ; provisional Governor- 
General 1802, and again 10 October 1805 to 31 July 1807; Governor of 
Madras 24 December 1807 to 21 May 1813 ; created a baronet 29 June 1803 
and K.B. 24 October 1806 (G.C.B. after 2 January 1815) ; died at Fir Grove, 
Farnham, co. Surrey, 12 December 1846, bur. at Farnham. Will dated 
5 March 1838, proved 27 January 1847 (P.C.C. 13, 47). 



=Elizabeth Smith, 
dau. of Barton 
Smith, Lieutenant 
22nd Foot; marr. 
at Calcutta, India, 
16 April 1789 ; 
divorced 30 April 
1816. 



A 



(Ju>r issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XIV., page 194.) 



Thomas Coul-=i=Frances Charlotte 
Hilare, born 24 



thard of Burk- 
hamHouse,co. 
Hants ; died 1 7 
July 181 1. 



A 



July, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Covent 
Garden, London, 
25 August 1764; 
marr. there 5 June 
1784 ; died at 
Shirlands, near 
Odiham, CO. Hants, 
1 3 September 1 829. 



Henry Manning=Harriet Hilare, 
of Won ford bapt.at St. Paul's, 



House, Heavi- 
tree, co. Devon ; 
died, aged 78, at 
Wonford House 
I January 1848. 



Covent Garden, 
London, 1 9 No- 
vember 1766 ; 
marr. at Clyst 
St. Mary, co. 
Devon ; died at 
WonfordHouse, 
Heavitree, 13 
February 1846. 



Samuel Barlow, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, London, 1 5 
January 1769; died 13 
March 1791, bur. at 
Preston Candover, co. 
Hants. 



CaroHne Rebecca Bar- 
low, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, Lon- 
don, 8 January 1770; 
bur. there 17 February 
1775- 



146 




Pedigree of Oswell. 



Oswell. 

[Vul. 15, p. I.] 



Mary. = 
(ist wife). 



Woosall of= 
CO. Salop, 



■Lawrence 
Sniethcott, 

yeoman, son of Edward 
Woosall of Smethcott ; 
died before 4 May 1682. 
Will dated 21 April 1682, 
proved at Lichfield 31 
October 1682. 



=Mary, executrix to 
her husband 31 
October 1682 ; 
marr. at Smethcott 
1 1 October 1668. 
Married istly 

Lewis Gittens. 
(2nd wife). 



Elizabeth, 
baptised at 
Sniethcott 
1 4 Jan- 
uary i6|^; 
(? married 
. . . Butler). 



Lawrence Woosall of 
Julian's, Shrewsbury, co. 
Salop ; bapt. at Smethcott 
18 January 164!; admitted 
a burgess of Shrewsbury 14 
May 1667 ; bur. at St. Chad's, 
Shrewsbury, 22 June 1673. 
Nuncupative will proved at 
Lichfield 26 November 1673. 



St.=j=Dorothy, ex- 
ecutrix to 
her husband 
26 November 
1673- 



William Oswell, John Oswell, William Oswell of St. Alkmund's,= 

bapt. at St. bapt. at St. Shrewsbury; admitted a burgess 

Chad's, Shrews- Chad's,Shrews- of Shrewsbury 4 October 171 7; 

bury, 30 July bury, 19 De- bur. at St. Alkmund's, Shrews- 

1667; bur. there cember 1669; bury, 2 February 1723. Will 

16 February bur. there 22 dated 14 November 1724, 

i66|. March 168*. proved at Lichfield 15 April 

1725- 



'Elizabeth Poyner, dau. 
of Edward Poyner of 
St. Julian's, Shrewsbury, 
by Catherine his wife ; 
marr. at St. Alkmund's, 
Shrewsbury, 14 September 
1 701 ; executrix to her 
husband 15 April 1725. 



William Oswell of Shrewsbury, barber-surgeon ;= 
bapt. at St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 4 May 1705; 
admitted a burgess of Shrewsbury 28 August 1727, 
and to the Guild of Barber-Surgeons 14 January 
173^; administrator to his brother 19 October 
1739; Alderman of Shrewsbury, Mayor 1751; died, 
aged 58, 16 August, bur. in St. Alkmund's, Shrews- 
bury, 19 August 1763. M.L Will dated 6 April 
1758, proved Tp June 1764 (P.C.C. 235 Simpson). 
(See '■^Memorial Rings" page 10^). 



=Eleanor Gittins, dau. of Thomas Gittins 
of St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, goldsmith, by 
Mary his wife ; born 1 7 February, bapt. 
at St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 27 February 
170^; marr. there 11 July 1726; died, 
aged 82, 31 December 1783, bur. in 
St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 2 January 
1784. M.L {See "-Memorial Rings" 
page 20 j.) 



Thomas Oswell of Shrewsbury, goldsmith ; bapt. at St. Alkinund's,=j=Sarah Griffiths, dau. of 



Shrewsbury, 28 May 1727; educated at Shrewsbury 1735; 
admitted to the Mercers' Company 29 May 1749, and a burgess 
of Shrewsbury 11 December 1753; died, aged 42, 19 June, bur. 
in St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 22 June 1769. M.L \\'ill dated 
10 March 1769, proved at Lichfield 27 October 1769. 



Griffiths of The Grange, 
Montford, co. Salop ; 
marr. at St. Chad's, 
Shrewsbury, 5 November 
1764; living 4 March 1783. 



/N 



147 



Thomas Woosall of Snieth-=j=Joan, administratrix to 



cott, CO. Salop ; bapt. at 
Smethcott 13 February 164!; 
mentioned in his father's will 
21 April 1682 ; bur. at 
Smethcott 31 December 1690. 
Administration granted at 
Lichfield 20 January 169^. 



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her husband 20 January 
i69y; bur. at Smethcott 
28 February i7o|. Will 
dated 27 November 1703, 
proved at Lichfield 26 
April 1704, by John 
Woosall, son. 



Richard Woosall, 
living 2 1 April 
1682. 



Hannah, living 
21 April 1682. 



Deborah, living 
21 April 1682. 



Elizabeth Oswell, bapt. at St. Alkmund's, 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 28 October 1707; 
bur. there 23 November 1708. 



Lawrence Oswell, bapt. at St. Alkmund's, 
Shrewsbury, 25 September 1709; bur. there 
5 February 17 if. 



Samuel Yardley of Horton and of Mardol, Shrewsbury; born 2o=j=Elizabeth, bapt. at St. 



August 1723; admitted a burgess of Shrewsbury 22 August 1770; 
died, aged 79, bur. at St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 15 April 1803. Will 
dated 19 September 1798, proved 22 October 1803 (P.C.C. 867 
Marriott). He married istly Alice, dau. of Richard Dyke. 



A 



Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 
26 April 1730; marr. 
there22 Junei7s6; died, 
aged 67, 7 November 
1797, bur. at St. Chad's, 
Shrewsbury. 2nd wife. 



William Oswell of Shrewsbury ; bapt. at St. Alkmund's,= 
Shrewsbury, 5 July 1732; of the Drapers' Company, 
Shrewsbury, apprenticed 1750; admitted a burgess 26 
May 1758; Alderman of Shrewsbury, Mayor 1769; 
executor to his father 30 June 1764, and to his brother 
27 October 1769; died, aged 50, 22 March, bur. in 
St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 27 March 1783. M.L {See 
^'Memorial Rings" page 202). Will dated 4 March 
1783, proved 20 June 1783 (P.C.C. 312 Cornwallis). 



=Mary Prytherch, dau. of the Rev. 
Stephen Prytherch, Vicar of W^en- 
lock and Leighton, both co. Salop ; 
marr. at Leighton 12 October 1780, 
marriage settlements dated 1 1 Oc- 
tober ; executrix to her husband 
20 June 1783 ; died, aged 80, 2 July, 
bur. in St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 
8 July 1835. M.L 



Rev. Thomas Oswell, Rector of Westbury,=j=Mary Dorothy LLoyd, dau. and coheir of Francis 

LLoyd of Ellesmere and Berghill, co. Salop, by 
Ann his wife, dau. of Roger Atcherley of the 
Cross, near Ellesmere ; bapt. at Whittington, 
CO. Salop, 6 September 1784; marr. at Ellesmere 

18 July 1805 ; administratrix to her husband 
23 March 1830; died, aged 68, at Ellesmere 

19 April, bur. at St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 25 
April 1853. M.L Will dated i July 1S44 and 
29 January 1847, proved 12 July 1853 
(P.C.C. 555, 53). Gold Memorial Ring in the 
possessio?i of her grandson, the Rev. IViUiam 
Henry Oswell. 



CO. Salop; born 19 August, bapt. at St, 
Chad's, Shrewsbury, 20 August 1781; of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1803; M.A. 
1806 ; Rector of the first portion of Westbury 
15 March 1806; admitted a burgess of 
Shrewsbury i December 18 18; died at Shrews- 
bury 31 October, bur. at St. Alkmund's, 
Shrewsbury, 6 November 1829. M.L Admin- 
istration granted 23 March 1830 P.C.C.) 



A 



{For issue see " Visitation of Engla?td and Wales," 
Vol. XV., page J.) 



148 



Edward Oswell, bapt. at St. 
Alkmund's, Slirewshury, co. 
Salop, 25 September 1709; 
bur. there 2 December 
following. 



Edward Oswell of St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury ; bapt. at 
St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 9 April 1716; mentioned in his 
fathcr'.s will 14 November 1724; died, aged 22, bur. at 
St. Alkmund'.s, Shrewsbury, 18 December 1738. Administration 
granted at Lichfield 19 October 1739. 



I 
Edward Waring of Magdalen College, Cambridge, M.D., F.R.S.;=j=Mary, bapt. at St. Alkmund's, 



born 23 July, bapt. at Fitz, co. Salop, 22 August 1734 ; educated 
at Shrewsbury and at Magdalen College, Cambridge, admitted 
sizar 24 March 1753, B. A. (Senior Wrangler) 1757; Fellow 24 
April 1858; M.A. 1760; M.D. 1767; Lucasian Professor of 
Mathematics 28 January 1760 to 1798; F.R.S. 2 June 1763; 
died, aged 64, at Plealey in Pontesbury, co. Salop, 15 August, 
bur. at Fitz 19 August 1798. M.I. Will dated i July 1798, 
proved 27 November 1798 (P.C.C. 752 Walpole). {See 
"Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. LIX., page 383) 



Shrewsbury, 31 July 1734; 
marr. at St. Chad's, Shrews- 
bury, 24 August 1776 ; died, 
aged 73, 21 June 1808, bur. 
at Fitz. M.I. Will dated 
14 June 1800, proved 22 
August 1808, by Elizabeth 
Yardley, niece (P.C.C. 701 

Ely)- 



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Richard Oswell, bapt. at 
St. Alkmund's, Shrews- 
bury, 9 April 1737, bur. 
there the same day. 



John Oswell, bapt. at 
St. Alkmund's, Shrews- 
bury, 8 April 1739; 
bur. there 12 June 
following. 



Edward Oswell, born 30 December 1742, 
bapt. at St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 17 
January 1743; buried there 26 May 
following. 



William Oswell of Leytonstone and=i=Amelia Cotton, dau. of Captain Joseph Cotton, Deputy- 



Wanstead, co. Essex ; born 2 7 
November, bapt. 29 November 1782; 
died at Hastings, co. Sussex, 22 
October 1822, bur. there. M.I. 



Master of Trinity House, and Chairman of the East India 
Dock Company; born 14 January 1789; marr. at 
Leytonstone 20 August 181 7; died at Torquay, co. 
Devon, 7 January 1848, bur. at Tor, co. Devon. M.I. 



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149 



Warwick. 

[Vol. IS, p. 14] 



Pedigi'ee of GreviUe of Beaitchavips Court and 
Warwick Castle. 



Sir Fulke Greville of Beauchamps Court,= 
in Alcester, co. Warwick, knight, 2nd son 
of Sir Edward Greville of Milcote, co. 
Warwick, knight, by Joan his wife, dau. 
of John Denton of Ambrosden, co. 
Oxford ; Sheriff of counties Warwick 
1542 and Leicester 1547; knighted 154I; 
M.P. for CO. Warwick 154!, 1547, 155! 
and 1554; died 10 November 1559, bur. 
at Alcester. M.I. Will dated 12 Sep- 
tember 1559; administration granted 7 
December 1560 (P.C.C. 59 Mellershe). 



=Elizabeth Willoughby, dau. and 
eventually sole heir of Edward 
^Villoughby (the only son of 
Robert, Lord Willoughby de 
Broke), by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Richard Neville, Lord 
Latimer ; administratrix to her 
husband 7 December 1560; 
died 20 November 1563, bur. 
at Alcester. M.L Inq. p. m. 
taken at Warwick 18 April 1564 
(C. Vol. 143, No. 2). 



Sir Fulke Greville of Beauchamps Court, knight ; aged 3o=[=Lady Anne Neville, dau. of Ralph, 



and more 18 April 1564; knighted (by the Earl of 
Leicester) at Kenilworth 21 August 1565 ; died in 
November i6o5. Will dated 15 August 1598 and 
27 November 1606; administration granted 10 November 
1607 (P.C.C. 99 Huddlestone). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Warwick 7 September 1607 (C Vol. joo, No. 172). 



4th Earl of Westmorland, by Lady 
Catharine his wife, dau. of Edward, 
Duke of Buckingham ; buried at 
Alcester 17 July 1583. 



Sir Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke, K.B. ; educated at Shrewsbury, admitted 17 October 1564, 
aged 10, and at Jesus College, Cambridge, matriculated 20 May 1568; Gentleman of the 
Privy Chamber 1581 ; Secretary of the Principality of Wales 20 April 1583; M.P. for Hedon 
31 October 1584, and for co. Warwick 17 October 1586 to December 1601 ; created M.A. 
Oxford 1588; Treasurer of the Navy September 1598 to 1604; Rear-Admiral of the Fleet 
1599; K.B. at the Coronation of King James 24 July 1603; Secretary to the Council of Wales 
1603; received a grant of Warwick Castle 9 July 1604; Privy Councillor i October 1614; 
Chancellor of the Exchequer 1614 to 162 1; Joint Commissioner to treat with Holland 
1619; created 29 January 162^, Baron Brooke of Beauchamps Court; Recorder of Warwick; 
Member of the Council of War ; died, aged 74, at Brooke House, Holborn, London, 
30 September, from wounds inflicted by a servant, bur. in St. Mary's, Warwick, 27 October 
1628. M.L Will dated 18 February 162^ to 27 September 1628, proved 12 November 
1628 (P.C.C. loi Barrington). Author of "The Life of the renowned Sir Philip Sidney" 
and other works. {See " Dictiojiary of Nafio?ial Biography" Vol. XXIJL, page 159) 



Sir Richard Verney of Compton Verney, co. Warwick, = 
knight; M.P. for co. Warwick 14 October 1588, and 
West Looe 29 October 1601 ; knighted at the 
Charterhouse in May 1603; died, aged 69, 7 August 
1630, bur. at Compton Verney. M.L Will dated 
30 July 1630, proved 8 November 1633 (P.C.C. 
1 14 St. John). ^ 



=Margaret, married at Alcester 29 October 
1584, marriage licence (Worcester) ; 
died, aged 69, 26 March 1631, bur. at 
Compton Verney. M.L Will dated 12 
March 163^, proved 8 November 1633 
(P.C.C. 114 St. John). 



150 



Robert Greville of Thorpe Lati-=y=Blanche Whitney, 



mer, in Helpringham, co. Lincoln, 
esquire; mentioned in his father's 
will 12 September 1559; bur. at 
Helpringham 17 March i6if. 
Will dated 12 and 14 February 
i6if; administration granted 
5 June 1613 (P.C.C. 63 Capell). 



bur. at Helpring- 
ham 19 December 
1612. 



William Harris= 
of Hayne, co. 
Devon. 



=Mary, marriage licence 
(Bishop of London) 
dated 1 1 October 
1553 ; mentioned in 
will of her father 12 
September 1559. 



Fulke Greville of Thorpe Latimer, and afterwards=j=Mary Copley, dau. of Christopher Copley 



of Beauchamps Court, in Alcester, co. Warwick, 
esquire; bapt. at Helpringham 12 December 1575; 
bur. at Alcester in July 1632. Will dated 19 July 
1632, proved 3 November 1632 (P.C.C. 11 1 Audky). 



of Wadworth, co. York ; marr. at Sprot- 
borough, CO. York, 15 May 1602; living 
19 July 1632. She married istly Ralph 
Bosvile of Gunthwaite, co. York. 



Fulke Greville, bapt. 
at Helpringham 28 
October 1604; bur. 
there 9 September 
1605. 



Sir Arthur Hasilrigg of Noseley Hall, co. Leicester,=j=Dorothy, bapt. at 



baronet ; succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 1 1 
January i6||^; M.P. for co. Leicester 19 March 
i6f^ and 22 October 1640, and for Leicester in 
1654, 1656 and 1659; one of the "five members" 
3 January 1645; Member of the Council of State 
1649-53, President January and February 165I; 
Member of the Committee of Safety 7 May 1659, and of the Council of 
State 2 January i6|^; raised a troop of horse and fought at Edgehill 
22 October 1642, and as Colonel of a Regiment of Cuirassiers distinguished 
himself at Lansdown (5 July 1643), Roundway Down (13 July 1643), and 
Cheriton (29 March 1644); refused to act as one of the king's judges; 
Governor of Newcastle 30 December 1647 ; died a prisoner in the Tower 
7 January 166^. (See ''■ Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. XXVI., 
page 292.) /^ 



Helpringham 26 
September 1605 ; 
married at All 
Hallows, Bread 
Street, London, 
21 February 
163I; died 28 
January 165J. 



Robert Greville, Lord Brooke; M.A. (Cambridge) 1629; M.P. for 
Warwick March i62|^; succeeded his cousin as 2nd Baron Brooke 
of Beauchamps Court 30 September 1628; Recorder of Warwick; 
Joint Commissioner to the Scots at Ripon and in London September 
and November 1640; Lord-Lieutenant, on the nomination of the 
Parliament, of co. Warwick 1642 ; commanded a regiment of foot 
for the Parliament at Edgehill 22 October 1642; Major-General for 
counties of Warwick and Stafford 7 January 164I ; died, aged 35, 
2 March 1645, being killed while directing the siege of Lichfield. 
{See "Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. XXIII., page 16 J.) 



=Lady Catharine Russell, 
dau. of P'rancis, 4th 
Earl of Bedford, by the 
Hon'''= Catharine his 
wife, dau. and coheir of 
Giles, Lord Chandos ; 
living I October i65o; 
died circa i December 
1676. 



Francis Greville, Lord Brooke; of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 15 March 165^'; 
Recorder of Warwick; succeeded his father as 3rd Baron 2 March 1645; died, aged 23, 
at Chiswick, co. Middlesex, 19 November, bur. at Warwick 21 December 1658. 



15' 



Sir Edward Greville of Harrold Park, in= 
Waltham Abbey, co. Essex, knight ; mentioned 
in his father's will 12 September 1559; M.P. 
for CO. Warwick (February) 159I, and (March) 
1 60 J; created M.A. (Oxford) 30 August 
1605 ; knighted at Theobalds 7 May 1603. 
Administration granted 27 July 1615 (P.C.C.) 



=Elizabeth Grey, dau. of Lord John Grey 
(brother of Henry, Duke of Suffolk) ; adminis- 
tratrix to her husband 27 July 161 5. Will dated 
14 December 1618, proved 15 December 161 9 
(P.C.C. 113 Parker). She married istly Henry 
Denny, son and heir of Sir Anthony Denny, 
Privy Councillor to Henry VHI. 



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Peter Gates of Helpringham, co. Lincoln, gent.=Dorothy, mentioned in her father's will 
Will dated 15 November 1628, proved 27 January 12 February i5if ; marr. at Helpringham 
162I, by Robert Gates, brother (P.C.C. 7 Ridley). 13 May 1617. 



William Greville, executor to 
his father 3 November 1632. 



Edward Greville, bapt. at 
Helpringham 27 January 
i6if ; died young. 



Fulke Greville, bapt. at Helpring- 
ham 30 October 1614; bur. there 
28 June 161 6. 



Robert Greville, Lord Brooke ; born 4 January, bapt. at= 
Warwick 24 January 163!; of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 15 March 165!; Recorder of Warwick ; succeeded 
his brother as 4th Baron in November 1658; one of the Six 
Peers sent to Holland to invite the return of Charles H. 3 May 
1660; Lord-Lieutenant of co. Stafford 1660; High Steward 
of Stafford 1674; died at Bath, co. Somerset, 17 February, 
bur. at Warwick 20 March 1677-. Will dated 14 November 1667 
and 24 November 1674, proved 2 June 1677 (P.C.C. 58 Hale). 



=Ann Dodington, dau. and 
eventually sole heir of John 
Dodington of Breamore, co. 
Hants, esquire ; marriage 
settlements dated i October 
1660 ; died in February 169^. 
Administration granted 8 July 
1 69 1 (P.C.C.) She married 
2ndly Thomas Hoby. 



Charles Greville, bur. at Warwick 12 June 
1663. 



Robert Greville, born 13 May, bapt. at 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, 10 June 1664, 
died the following day, and buried at 
Warwick 16 June. 



John Greville, born 15 June, 
bapt. at Hackney 20 July 
1665 ; died at \Varwick 30 
August 1667, bur. the next 
day in St. Mary's, Warwick. 



Francis Greville. 



William Greville. 



Fulke Greville. 



Robert Greville, 
born 1 1 January, 
bapt. at Warwick 
24 January 167!. 



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Sir John Conway of Arrow, co. Warwick, knight ; knighted (by the=i=Eleanor, married before 
Duke of Norfolk) i8 July 1560. Administration granted 4 February | 12 September 1559. 
i6of, to Sir Edward Conway, knight, son (P.C.C.) /fs 



Anne Greville, bapt. at 
Helpringhara, co. Lin- 
coln, 27 June 1577 ; 
living 1 2 February 



i6if. 



John Blackboume,^Blanche, bapt. at Helpring-^Ralph Markhjlm. 
marr. at Helpring- ham 19 August 1578; 2nd husband, 
ham 22 January mentioned in her father's 
i6f§. I St husband, will 12 February 16 if. 



Edward Greville, Algernon Greville, of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 21 May 
bur. at Warwick 1661, aged 18; of the Middle Temple, admitted 1662; died at Oxford 
25 October 1655. 21 July, bur. at Warwick 6 August 1662. 



William, Earl of Kingston -upon -Hull ; born at AVest Dene,= 
CO. Wilts, in 1662 ; of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 16 
July 1681 ; succeeded his brother as 4th Earl in June 1682 ; 
Lord -Lieutenant of co. Nottingham and for the East Riding ; 
Chief Justice in Eyre, North of the Trent, and High Steward 
of Kingston-upon-Hull 1689 ; died 17 September, buried at 
Holme Pierrepont, co. Nottingham, 6 October 1690. Will dated 
31 March 1687, proved 25 September 1690 (P.C.C. 140 Dyke). 



=Anne, marriage settlements 
dated 6 January 1685; bur. 
at Holme Pierrepont 23 Sep- 
tember 1702. She married 
2ndly William Pierrepont, who 
died, aged 36, in September 
1706. 



Charles, Duke of Manchester; of Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted^ 
27 June 1678, aged 15, M.A. 1680; succeeded his father as 4th Earl 
of Manchester 14 March i68|; Carver to the Queen Consort at the 
Coronation of James H. 23 April 1685 ; bearer of St. Edward's Staff at the 
Coronation of A\'illiam and Mary 11 April 1689; Captain of the Yeoman 
of the Guard 1689-1702; Lord-Lieutenant of co. Huntingdon 1689; Privy 
Councillor 9 June 1698; Ambassador to Venice 1697, Paris 1699-1701, 
and Vienna 1706-1708; High Steward of Cambridge University 1697; 
Secretary of State 4 January 170I to May 1702 ; Carver at the Coronation 
of George L 20 October 1714; created Duke of Manchester 28 April 
1719; died 20 January, bur. at Warwick 3 March 172I. Will dated 
June 1721, proved 6 April 1722 (P.C.C. 78 Marlboro'). ^ 



=j=Dodington, born 
20 February 167!, 
bapt. the next day ; 
marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) 
dated 1 9 February 
i69f,thenagedi7; 
died 6 February 



.72°. 



153 



Giles Read of Mitton, co.=j=Catharine, mentioned in her father's 



Worcester, esquire. Will 

dated 22 April 161 1, 

proved 19 August 161 1 
(P.C.C. 70 IVood). 



will 12 September 1559; (?) marr. 
at Alcester, co. Worcester, 8 October 
1592 ; executrix to her husband 
19 August 161 1. 



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Blanche Greville, mentioned 
in her father's will 12 
September 1559. 



Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke ; born after 2 March= 
164! ; M.P. for Warwick 28 March 1664; 
Recorder of Warwick 5 April 1677, and Coventry 
1687-1706; succeeded his brother as 5th Baron 
17 February 167^; died, aged 67, at Twicken- 
ham, CO. Middlesex, 22 October 17 10, bur. 
in St. Mary's, Warwick. Will dated 3 April 
and 22 May 17 10, proved 9 November 17 10 
(P.C.C. 239 SmM). 



=Sarah Dashwood, dau. of Francis Dashwood, 
Alderman of London, by Alice (Sleigh) his 
wife ; married at St. Eartholomew-the-Less, 
London, 12 January i66f, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 2 January, then 
aged 19 ; died, aged 57, 20 September, bur. 
at Warwick 3 October 1705. 



Wriothesley Baptist, = 
Earl of Gainsborough; 
M.P. for Hants 16 
March i684 ; suc- 
ceeded his father as 
2nd Earl in 1689 ; 
died 21 September 
1690. Will dated 
20 September 1690, 
proved i April 1691 
(P.C.C. 44 f^ere). 
I St husband. 



husband r April 
1691 ; died, aged 
38, 7 February, 
bur. in West- 
minster Abbey 11 
February 17 of. 



=Catherine, exe-=John, Duke of Buckingham, K.G. ; born 8 September 
cutrix to her 1647, bapt. at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Westminster, 
12 April 1648; succeeded his father as 2nd Earl of 
Mulgrave 24 August 1658 ; served in the Navy at 
the battle of Solebay 28 May 1672, Captain 1673 ; 
Colonel of a Regiment of Foot 25 January 167I, and 
commanded the Forces at Tangier ; K.G. 23 April 
1674; Lord-Lieutenant of the East Riding 1679-82, 
1687-88, and 1711-13; Privy Councillor 24 July 
1685 ; Lord Chamberlain of the Household 1685-88; 
Vice-Admiral for Yorkshire and Northumberland 
1687-89 ; created Marquess of Normanby 10 May 
1694; Lord Privy Seal April 1702-1705; Lord- 
Lieutenant of the North Riding 1 702-1 705, and 
1 711-14; created 23 March i7of, Duke of the 
County of Buckingham and of Normanby ; 
Commissioner for the Union with Scotland 1706; Lord Steward of the Household 1710; 
Lord President of the Council June 1711 to September 1714; Lord-Lieutenant of Middlesex 
1711-14; Lord Justice of the Realm i August to 18 September 1714; marr. at St. Clement 
Danes', London, 12 March 169I; died at Buckingham House, Westminster, 24 February, 
bur. in Westminster Abbey 25 March 1721. Will dated 9 August 1716 and 30 December 1717, 
proved 28 March 1721 (P.C.C. 236 Buckingham). He married istly Ursula, dau. and coheir 
of George Stawell, widow of Edward, Earl of Conway ; and 3rdly Katherine, widow of James, 
Earl of Anglesey, illegitimate daughter of James H. {See '■'■Dictionary of National Biography" 
Vol. LIT., page ij.) 2nd husband. 



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IS4 



Francis Grevillf, born i July,= 
bapt. 24 July 1667 ; M.P. for 
Warwick 29 October 1695, and 
16 January 170^ until his 
death ; died, aged 42, 11 Oc- 
tober 1 7 10, bur. in St. Mary's, 
Warwick. 



=Lady Anne Wilmot, dau. 
of John, Earl of Rochester, 
and sister and coheir of 
Henry, Earl of Rochester. 
She married istly Henry 
Baynton of Spy Park, co. 
Wilts. 



Anne Greville, of Breamer, 
CO. Hants ; born 29 August, 
bapt. 27 September 1668 ; 
bur. at St. Mary's, Warwick, 
7 December 1692. Adminis- 
tration granted 7 December 
1693 (P.C.C.) 



Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke ; 
succeeded his grandfather as 
6th Baron Brooke of Beau- 
champs Court 22 October 
1 7 10; of University College, 
Oxford, matriculated i De- 
cember 1 7 10, aged 17; died 
at College 22 February, bur. 
at Warwick 3 March 171Y. 
Administration granted 25 
May 1711 (P.C.C.) 



William Greville, Lord Brooke ;= 
of Wadham College, Oxford, 
matriculated 5 January 171", 
created M.A. 4 November 
1712 ; succeeded his brother 
as 7th Baron 22 February 171"; 
Recorder of Warwick 17 19; 
died, aged 32, in Poland Street, 
London, 28 July, bur. in St. 
Mary's, ^^'arwick, 1 1 August 
1727. Will dated i February 
i72|-, proved 8 .July 1728 
(P.C.C. 199 Brooke). 



=Mary Thynne, dau. and coheir 
of the Hon'''' Henry Thynne 
(only son of Thomas, Viscount 
Weymouth), by Grace his 
wife, dau. and heir of Sir 
George Strode of Leweston, 
CO. Dorset ; marr. at Leweston 
8 November 1716; died, 
aged 18, 29 March, bur. in 
St. Mary's, Warwick, 8 April 
1720. Administration granted 
4 June 1720 (P.C.C.) 



William Greville, 
born 7 Novem- 
ber 1717 ; died, 
aged 5 months, 
26 March, bur. 
in St. Mary's, 
Warwick, 2 April 
1718. 



Fulke Greville, 
born 22 October, 
died 24 March 
17 if, bur. in St. 
Mary's, W'arwick, 
I April 1 7 19. 



Sir Francis Greville, Earl Brooke and= 
Earl of Warwick, K.T. ; born 10 October 
1 7 19; educated at Winchester; succeeded 
his father as 8th Baron 28 July 1727; 
Recorder of Warwick 1741 ; created 
7 July 1746, Earl Brooke of Warwick 
Castle ; Lord-Lieutenant of co. Warwick 
1749; K.T. 29 March 1753; created 
13 November 1759, Earl of Warwick; 
granted 2 April 1760 the crest anciently 
used by the Earls of Warwick; F.S.A. 
1768; died at Warwick Castle 6 July, 
bur. at Warwick 18 July 1773. ^Vill 
dated 23 May 1770 and 2 September 
1771; administration granted 23 July 
1773 (P.C.C. 316 Stevens). 



'Elizabeth Hamilton, dau. of Lord 
Archibald Hamilton (son of 
William, Duke of Hamilton), by 
his 3rd wife. Lady Jane Hamilton, 
dau. of James, 6th Earl of Aber- 
corn ; marr. by special licence at 
Park Place, Remingham, co. 
Berks, 15 May 1742, marriage 
settlements dated 12 May; died, 
aged 79, 24 February, bur. in 
Westminster Abbey 6 March 
1800. Will dated 6 February 1800, 
proved 6 March 1800 (P.C.C. 
178 Adderley). She married 
2ndly General Robert Gierke. 



William Churchill=j=Louisa Augusta, Sir Henry Harpur of Calke Abbey,=j= Frances Elizabeth, 



of Henbury, co. 
Dorset, esquire. 



born 14 April 
1743; marr. 23 
April 1770. 



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CO. Derby, Baronet ; succeeded 
his father as 6th Baronet 7 June 
1748; M.P. for CO. Derby 2 April 
1761 ; Sheriff of co. Derby 1774; 
died 10 February 1789. Will 
dated 4 February 1777 and 29 
March 1781, proved 16 February 
1789 (P.C.C. 92 Alacham). /n 



born 1 1 May 1744; 
marr. 17 July 1762 ; 
died 6 April 1825. 



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Francis, Lord Guilford; born 14 December, bapt. at St. Dunstan's-= 
in-the-West, London, 24 December 1673 ; educated at Winchester 
and at Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 20 February i68f, 
M.A. 1690; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 5 September 
1685 ; Lord- Lieutenant of Essex 1703 ; Privy Councillor 11 
December 17 12; President of the Board of Trade 15 September 
1 7 13 to September 1714 ; died in London 17 October, bur. 
at Wroxton, co. Oxford, 31 October 1729. Will dated 24 Sep- 
tember 1703 to 23 September 1717; administration granted 
22 October 1730 (P.C.C. 280 Httber). He married 2ndly Alice, 
daughter and coheir of Sir John Brownlow of Humby, co. Lincoln, 
3rd Baronet. 



'Elizabeth, born 6 October 
1669, bapt. the same day; 
marr. at St. Martin's-in- 
the-Fields, Westminster, 25 
February 169^, marriage 
licence (Faculty Office) 
dated 22 February; died 
in London 4 November, 
bur. at Wroxton i8 
November 1699. 



Fulke Greville, 
born 1 1 Decem- 
ber 1670, bapt. 
9 January 167^ ; 
bur. at St. Mary's, 
Warwick, 6 March 
i68i. 



Sarah Greville, of St. James', 
Westminster; born 29 May 
1672; executrix to her 
sister i June 17 14; died 
I January, bur. at St. Mary's, 
Warwick, 13 January 'i.']\%. 
Will dated 17 March 171I, 
proved 18 January 17^^ 
(P.C.C. 8 Shaller). 



Robert Greville, born 19 
April, bapt. 20 April 
1674; of Magdalen Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 
22 June 1694, aged 18; 
M.P. for Warwick 1698; 
bur. at St. Mary's, War- 
wick, 12 March 17 of. 



Diana Greville, 
born 14 April 
1675, died 20 
March follow- 
ing, bur. in 
Knowle Church, 
CO. Warwick. 



Elizabeth Greville, 
executrix to her 
sister 31 July 1735. 



Hon'''"= Charles Egerton (youngest=j=Katherine, marriage settlements 



son of John, 3rd Earl of Bridg- 
water); M.P. forChipping Wycombe 
24 March 172^; died 7 November 
1725. Will dated 15 June 1723, 
proved 15 December 1725 (P.C.C. 
250 Romney). 



dated 21 November 1720; executrix 
to her husband 15 December 1725 ; 
died in July 1735. Will dated 17 
June 1729, proved 31 July 1735 
(P.C.C. 147 Ducie.) 



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John, Earl of Galloway, K.T. ; born 13 March 1736; M.P. for Morpeth= 
28 March 1761, and for Ludgershall 2 July 1768; Commissioner of the 
Board of Trade 15 August 1772 ; succeeded his father as 7th Earl (Scotland) 
24 September 1773; Representative Peer of Scotland 1774 to 1790; K.T. 
I November 1775 ; Lord-Lieutenant of co. Wigton 29 May 1794; created 
6 June 1796, Baron Stewart of Garlics; died at Galloway House, co. 
Wigton, 13 November 1806, bur. at Sorbie, co. Wigton. Will dated 29 July 
1797 to I December 1805, proved 22 May 1807 (P.C.C. 396 Lushington). 
He married 2ndly Anne, dau. of Sir James Dashwood of Kirtlington, 
CO. Oxford, Baronet. 



=Charlotte Mary, 
born 6 July 1745; 
marr. 16 August 
1762 ; died at 
Edinburgh 31 
May 1763. 



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Algernon Greville of Knowle,= 
CO. Warwick ; of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
22 June 1694, aged 17 ; iM.l'. 
for Warwick 4 December 1699, 
and 24 November 1701 to 
April 1705; executor to his 
father 9 November 1 7 1 o ; died, 
aged 46, 28 April, bur. at War- 
wick 6 May 1720. Will dated 
I June 1 7 18, proved 6 May 
i72o(P.C.C. 106 Shalkr). 



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=Mary Somerset, dau. of 
Lord Arthur Somerset 
(son of Henry, ist Duke 
of J5eaufort), by Mary 
his wife, dau. and heir 
of Sir William Russell ; 
executrix to her husband 
6 May 1720. 

{See Vol. 10, page 22.) 



Dodington Greville ; of All Souls' 
College, Oxford, matriculated from 
Wadham College, Oxford, 18 April 
1697, aged 17, B.A. (All Souls') 1699; 
M.A. 1703; admitted to the Middle 
Temple 1697; M.P. for Warwick 9 
May 1705 to 17 July 1727; executor 
to his father 9 November 17 10, and 
to William, Lord Brooke, 8 July 1728; 
died at Bath, co. Somerset, 1 1 March 
1 73i, bur. in All Souls' Chapel. M.L 
Will dated 22 July 1737, proved 
8 April 1738 (B.C.C. 90 Brodrepp). 



Georgiana Peachey, dau. of= 
Sir James Peachey, baronet 
(afterwards Lord Selsey), 
by Lady Georgiana Caro- 
line Scott his wife, dau. of 
Henry, Earl of Deloraine ; 
born II August 1752, 
bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London ; 
marr. there i April 1 7 7 1 ; 
died I April, bur. at St. 
Mary's, Warwick, 12 April 
1772. ist wife. 



=George Greville, Earl Brooke and Earl of= 
Warwick; born at Warwick Castle 16 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at St. Mary's, Warwick, 10 October 
1746 (George IL being sponsor); of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 24 September 
1764; I\R.S. 1767; F.S.A. 1768; M.P. for 
Warwick 20 May 1768; Commissioner of the 
Board of Trade 16 May 1770; Recorder 
of Warwick 1773; succeeded his father as 2nd 
Earl 18 July 1773; Lord-Lieutenant of co. 
Warwick 4 January 1795; Lieut. -Colonel 
commanding the Warwick Fencibles 1794; 
died in Green Street, Park Lane, London, 
2 May, bur. at Warwick 12 May 1816. 



I 
George Greville, Lord Brooke ; born in St. James' Square, London, 
25 March, bapt. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 10 April 
1772 ; educated at \Vinchester; died at Winkton, near Christchurch, 
CO. Hants, 2 May, bur. 11 May 1786. 



'Henrietta Vernon, 
dau. of Richard 
Vernon of Hitton, 
CO. Stafford, by 
Lady Evelyn his 
wife, dau. of John, 
Earl (iower ; born 
in August 1760 ; 
marr. at the house 
of Earl Gower in 
Whitehall 14 July 
1776 ; died at 
Brighton, co. Sus- 
sex, 22 April 1838. 
2nd wife. 



Sir Henry Richard Greville, Earl Brooke and Earl of= 
Warwick, K.T. ; born 29 March 1779; educated at 
Winchester ; M.P. for Warwick 6 July 1802 to 
2 May 1816 ; Colonel Warwick Militia 17 September 
1803; Recorder of Warwick 1816; succeeded his 
father as 3rd Earl 2 May 1816; Lord-Lieutenant of 
CO. Warwick 1822; K.T. 10 May 1827; Lord of the 
Bedchamber July to November 1830; created D.C.L. 
(Oxford) 10 June 1834; Lord-in-Waiting 10 September 
1 84 1 to 1846 ; died at Warwick Castle 10 August, 
bur. in St. Mary's, Warwick, 20 August 1853. Will 
dated 3 February 1851, proved i November 1853 
(P.CC. 841, 53). 



A\ 



=Lady Sarah Elizabeth Savile, dau. of 
John, 2nd Earl of Mexborough, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of 
Henry Stephenson of East Burnham, 
CO. Buckingham ; born 4 February 
1786; marr. at St. James', \\'estminster, 
21 October 1816; died in Carlton 
Gardens, London, 30 January, bur. at 
Gatton, CO. Surrey, 7 February 1851. 
Will dated 4 March 1849 ; administra- 
tion granted 24 April 1851 (P.CC. 
340, 51). She married istly John 
George, 4th Baron Monson. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and IVales,' 
Vol. XV., page 14.) 



157 



Mary Greville, of St. James', Westminster; 
bur. at St. Mary's, Warwick, 21 May 1714. 
Will dated 29 Alarch 17 14, proved i June 
1 7 14 (P.C.C. 116 Asion). 



Diana Greville, of St. James', Westminster ; 
died II April, bur. at St. Mary's, Warwick, 20 
April 1 7 15. Administration granted 28 April 
1 7 15, to her brother, the Hon'''' Dodington 
Greville (P.C.C.) 



Sir James Long of Draycot Cerne, co. Wilts,= 
baronet ; succeeded his brother as 5th baronet 
in 1697; of Balliol College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated I February 169!, aged 17 ; M.P. 
for Chippenham 11 May 1705, for Wootton 
Basset 24 January 171I, and for Wilts 22 August 
1727; died, aged 47, 16 March 172!, bur. at 
Draycot. Will dated 20 June 1716, proved 15 
April 1729 (P.C.C. 109 Abbott). 



=Henrietta, marr. at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 
Westminster, 9 June 1702, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 6 June, then aged 
17, marriage settlements dated 6 June ; 
executrix to her husband 15 April 1729 ; died 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 18 May 1765. Will 
dated 9 March 1765, proved 18 June 1765, 
by Sir Robert Long, baronet, son (P.C.C. 
226 Rushworth). 



A 



Isabella Greville, 
born and died 
I March 174I. 



Charles Francis Greville, born at North End, co. Middlesex, 12 May 1749 ; 
M.P. for CO. Warwick 21 January 1774 to 1 1 June 1790; Commissioner 
for Trade 25 January 1774; Lord of the Admiralty 6 September 1780; 
Treasurer of the Household and Privy Councillor 9 April 1783; Under- 
Secretary for the Home Department 1798; died 3 April 1809. 



Major-General Sir Charles John Greville, K.C. B. ; born 5 April 1780; 
entered the Army as Ensign loth Foot in 1796; Lieutenant 12 July 
1796; Captain 1799; Major 38th Foot 1803; Lieut. -Colonel 21 March 
1805 to December 1825 ; Colonel 1813 ; Major-General 12 August 
1819; Colonel 98th Foot 28 August 1832, 38th Foot 6 June 1836; 
served in India and Egypt with the loth Foot; commanded the 30th 
Foot in the Peninsula, and at the battles of Roleia and Vinicera (August 
1808), Corunna (i5 January 1809); in command of a brigade at 
Salamanca (21 July 1812), Vittoria (21 June 1813), capture of 
St. Sebastian (September 1813), and at the Nive (December 1813), 
cross and two clasps; K.C.B. 2 January 1815; M.P. for Warwick 17 
May 1816 to 23 April 1831, and 7 January 1835; died in Hill Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, 2 December, bur. in St. Mary's, Warwick, 
15 December 1836. 



Robert Levison 

Greville, born in 

1782 ; died in 
1802. 



Elizabeth Hamilton 
Frances Greville, 
born in 1784 ; died 
23 January 1S06. 



158 



Robert Fulke Greville, born 3=i=Louisa, Countess of Mansfield, dau. of 



February 1751 ; Lieutenant 
loth Dragoons 10 June 1772 ; 
Captain and Lieut.-Colonel ist 
Foot Guards 18 May 1780; 
M.P. for CO. Warwick 7 Octo- 
ber 1774, and for New Windsor 
25 May 1796 to 24 October 
1806 ; died 27 April, bur. at 
Warwick 7 May 1824. 



Charles, 9th Lord Cathcart, by Jane 
his wife, dau. of Lord Archibald 
Hamilton; born i July 1758; suc- 
ceeded under special remainder as 
Countess of Mansfield 20 March 
179!; m^rr. 19 October 1797 ; died 
at Richmond Hill, co. Surrey, 11 
July 1843. She married istly David, 
Viscount Stormont, afterwards Earl 
of Mansfield, K.T. 



Anne Greville, born 
26 August 1760 ; 
died 26 May 1783. 
Administration with 
will (undated) granted 
20 June 1783, to the 
Rt. HonW= Charles 
Francis Greville, the 
brother (P.C.C. 297 
Cornwallis). 



As 



Thomas, Earl of Cionmell ; born i s=j=Henrietta Louisa, born in 1785; 



August 1783; succeeded his father as 
2nd Earl 23 May 1798; M.P. for 
Romney 7 May 1807 ; died at 
North Aston, co. Oxford, 18 January 
1838, buried at Marylebone, co. 
Middlesex. 



married in Hill Street, Berkeley 
Square, London, 9 February 1805 ; 
died at St. Leonard's- on-Sea, co, 
Sussex, 8 November 1858. 



Caroline Mary 
Greville, born 
3 October 
1787 ; died 26 
May 1844. 



A 



Heneage, Earl of Aylesford ; born 24 April, bapt.= 
at St. James', Westminster, 25 May 1786; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 19 April 
1804, B.A. 1807 ; M.P. for Weobley 6 May 
1807; succeeded his fiither as 5th Earl 21 Oc- 
tober 1812 ; died at Packington, co. Warwick, 
3 January 1859. 



=Augusta Sophia, married 
at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 23 
April 1821 ; died at 
Packington 2 March 
1845- 



Louisa Caroline 
Ann Greville, 
died 31 Decem- 
ber 1869. 



As 



Charlotte Matilda Greville, 
born in September 1796; 
died 29 May 1867. 



Georgiana Murray 
(twin with Louisa 
Murray) ; born 6 
February 1801. 



Louisa Murray (twin 
with Georgiana Mur- 
ray) ; born 6 February 
1801. 



Hamilton William 
Greville, born 20 
January 1801, died 
in ^L^rch following. 



159 



Wills. 

[Vol. IS, p. 30.] 



Pedigree of Wills. 



Joseph Wills of South=Elizabeth, executrix John Wills of Hinton St.= 

Petherton, co. Somer- to her husband 20 George, mercer ; mentioned 

set, mercer. Will April 1 7 1 1 ; (?) bur. at in will of his son Thomas 1 7 

dated 21 July 17 10, HintonSt. George, co. July 1717. Will dated 10 

proved at Crewkerne Somerset, 26 August August 1720, proved at 

20 April 17 1 1. 1 7 16. Crewkerne 2 October 1724. 



=Abigail, buried at 
Hinton St. George 
21 April 1725. 



John Wills, bapt. at 
Hinton St. George 
27 January \b\l ; 
(?) bur. there 1 1 
October 1706. 



Thomas Wills of Hinton St. George, maltster ; bapt.= 
at Hinton St. George 24 February 168?; mentioned 
in will of his uncle 21 July 17 10; bur. at HintonSt. 
George 27 July 17 17. Will dated 17 July 1717, 
proved at Taunton 24 February i7i|. 



=Rebecca, executrix 

to her husband 24 
February 1 7 1| ; bur. 
at Hinton St. George 
16 April 1767. 



Toiin 



John Wills of Crewkerne, 
CO. Somerset, ironmonger; 
mentioned in his grand- 
father's will 10 August 
1720; bur. at Hinton St. 
George 5 October 1781. 
Will dated 23 January 
1 781, proved 9 October 
1781 (Arch: of Taunton.) 



Thomas Wills of=FSarah Hot, 



Hinton St. George; 
mentioned in his 
grandfather's will 10 
August 1720 ; bur. 
at Hinton St. George 
8 July 1791. 



married at 
Stockland 
Ottersay, co, 
Somerset, 2 2 
April 1746. 



Rev. Samuel Wills, Vicar of 
Holcombe Rogus, co. Devon; of 
Pembroke College, O-xford, ma- 
triculated 6 March 173!, aged 
19, B.A. 1735; M.A. i73f; 
mentioned in his grandfather's 
will 10 August 1720. Will dated 
3 January 1776, proved 8 Novem- 
ber 1776 (P.C.C. 479 Bellas). 



Thomas Wills, bapt. 
at Hinton St. 
George 12 August 
1748; (?) buried at 
Hinton St. George 
8 August 1792. 



Samuel Wills of Crewkerne ; bapt. at Hinton= 
St. George 24 April 1750 ; executor to his uncle 
9 October 1781 ; died, aged 82, bur. at 
Crewkerne 15 March 1833. Will dated 27 
February 1832, proved 21 May 1833 (P.C.C. 
346 Farquhar). 



^Mary Seymer, dau. of 
Richard Seymer of Ib- 
berton Hall, CO. Dorset, by 
Mary his wife ; died, aged 
72, bur. at Crewkerne 
13 September 1832. 



Rev. lohn Wills, Rector of South Perrot, co. Dorset; bapt. at Hinton=|=Flora Anne Burnard, 
St. George 21 October 1784; of Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 
30 October 1801, aged 17 ; Scholar 1803-1807, B.A. 1805 ; M.A. 1810; 
Rector of South Perrot 2 June 1809; died at Bromsgrove, co. Worcester, 
26 February 1854. 



marr. at Crewkerne 
27 August 1 8 10. 



A 



Samuel Wills of Crewkerne ; born at Ibberton 1 1= 
June, bapt. at Crewkerne 16 June 1786; J. P. 
and D.L. co. Somerset : executor to his father 21 
May 1833; died at St. Leonard's, Exeter, co. 
Devon, 22 October, bur. there 27 October 1847. 
M.I. in the church. Will dated 28 May 1846, 
proved 16 November 1847 (P.C.C. 886, 47.) 



■Marianne Burrow, dau. of William Burrow 
of Bristol and Taunton, co. Somerset, by 
Anne his wife, sister of Admiral John 
Monckton; born at Bristol 13 March 1794; 
marr. at Burstock, co. Dorset, 9 December 
18 1 3, marriage settlements dated 5 Decem- 
ber ; died 19 August, bur. in Crewkerne 
Church 23 August 1831. M.I. in St. 
Leonard's, E.xeter. 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales, Vol. XV., page jo.) 

160 



Selfe.=7=Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Hinton St. George, 
CO. Somerset, 14 
January i68j. 



Joseph Wills of Hinton St.=- 
George, mercer; bapt. at Hinton 
St. George 21 June 1703; execu- 
tor to his father 2 October 1724 ; 
bur. at Hinton St. George 1 1 
September 1740. Will dated 23 
August 1740, proved at Crew- 
kerne 15 October 1740. 



=Phillippa Naish, marriage 
licence (Wells) dated 18 
September 1725; executrix 
to her husband 15 October 
1740; bur. at Hinton St. 
George 27 January 1752. 



A 



Rev. Joseph Wills of Huntsham, co. Devon ; bapt. at 
Hinton St. George, co. Somerset, 31 January 1753; 
of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 31 May 1770, 
aged 18, B.A. 1774 ; executor to his uncle 8 November 
1776. Will proved at Exeter in 1792. 



Sarah, bapt. at Hinton 
St. George 1 1 March 
1754; (?) marr. there 11 
April 1780, John Heley 
of London. 



Betty, bapt. 
at Hinton St. 
George 31 
May 1760. 



Joseph Wills of Cre\vkerne,= 
surgeon; bapt. at Crewkerne 
29 August 1788; M.R.C.S. 
1809; died aged 7 1 , 2 1 J une 
1858. 



=Caroline Rur- 
nard, married 
at Crewkerne 
6 November 
1819. 



A 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Crewkerne 6 
October 1790. 



Thomas Wills=f=MarthaPhelps, 



of Crewkerne; 
bapt. at Crew- 
kerne 6 Octo- 
ber 1790. 



marr. at Crew- 
kerne 31 Octo- 
ber 1820. 



A 



Rev. William Wills, Vicar of Holcombe Rogus, George Wills, Mary, bapt. Sarah, bapt. 

CO. Devon; bapt. at Crewkerne II April 1794; died, aged 4, atHintonSt. at Crewkerne 

of Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 2 bur. at Crew- George 25 16 July 1798, 

July 1812, aged 18, B.A. 1816; M.A. 1819; kerne 10 Octo- November aged i|. 

Vicar of Holcombe Rogus 9 July 1824 ; died ber 1799. i795- 
at the Vicarage, Holcombe Rogus, 8 August 
1875- 



Mary Seymer, bapt 
at Crewkerne 5 June 
1799, aged 6 months. 



Richard Wills, died 
aged 7 months, bur. 
at Crewkerne 2 1 
November 1800. 



Hannah Seymer, 
bapt. at Crew- 
kerne 1 7 October 
1805, aged 4i. 



Alexander Seymer Wills, born 
20 October, bapt. at Crew- 
kerne II November 1809. 



ibi 



Dixon-Hartland. 

[Vol. 15, p. 33.] 



Pedigree of Hartland. 



William Hartland of Clifton, in^ 
Severn Stoke, co. Worcester; died 25 
October, bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Worcester, 28 October 1713. 



=Anne, died 9 November, 
bur. at Tewkesbury, co. 
Gloucester, 13 November 
1735- 



William Hartland of Tewkesbury, maltster ;=pSarah Pumfrey, dau. of William Pumfrey ; 



died, aged 65, 29 April, bur. at Tewkesbury 
I May 1750. Will dated 31 August 1749, 
proved 8 June 1750 (P.C.C. 200 Greenly). 



marr. at the Friends' Meeting House, Tewkes- 
bury 27 December 1711; executrix to her 
husband 8 June 1750; died i November, 
bur. at Tewkesbury 6 November 1766. 



Elizabeth Oliver, dau. of= 
Matthew Oliver, by Abigail 
his wife; born 7 April 
1715; marr. at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Worcester, 
10 June 1744 ; died 2 De- 
cember, bur. at Tewkesbury 
5 December 1746. istwife. 



AVilliam Hartland of Tewkesbury,= 
tanner; born 29 December 17 12; 
died 3 July, bur. at Tewkesbury 
6 July 1766. Will dated 26 
February 1765, proved i August 
1766 (P.C.C. 306 Tyndall). 



Hester Hartland, born 25 
April 1745 ; died 4 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Tewkesbury 
6 September 1747- 



William Hartland, born 22 
November, died 29 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Tewkesbury 
2 December 1746. 



=Sarah Reeve, dau. of Nathaniel 
Reeve of Tewkesbury, by Mary 
Pumfrey his wife ; marr. at 
Tewkesbury Abbey 24 August 
1747; executrix to her husband 
I August 1766; died, aged 64, 
5 September, bur. at Tewkes- 
bury 9 September 1782. Will 
dated 15 January 1780, proved 
at Gloucester 17 May 1783 
(1780-84, 538). 2nd wife. 



William Hartland of Tewkesbury, tanner; born before 31 August 1749; died 3 January=i= Ann 



1775, bur. at Tewkesbury Abbey. Will dated 16 December 1774: 
granted at Gloucester 27 May 1775 (1775-79, 46)- 



administration 




Martha Allis,dau.=j=Nathaniel Hartland of= 



of John AUis of 
Tewkesbury, by 
Anna Hagen his 
wife; born 16 
June 1755; marr. 
18 April 1780; 
died 15 Septem- 
ber, buried at 
Tewkesbury 24 
September 1797. 
ist wife. 



Tewkesbury, banker ; 
born 10 April 1754 ; 
executor to his mother 
17 May 1783; died at 
Tewkesbury 5 August, 
bur. there 12 August 
1830. Will dated 19 
and 22 April 1828, 
proved 23 February 
1831 (P.C.C. 90 7>i5^5) 



Rebecca Wilkins, dau. of Henry Mary, married 
Wilkins of Cirencester, co. Glou- William Brydges 
cester ; born 4 May 1750; marr. of Deerhurst, co. 
at the Friends' Meeting House, Gloucester. 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 15 
January 1805 ; died 6 February, 
bur. at Tewkesbury 10 February 
1837. Will dated 31 May 1831 
and 14 April 1836, proved 28 Feb- 
ruary 1837 (P.C.C. 96 Norwich). 
2nd wife. 



A 



(JFbr issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XV., page 33.) 



162 



Hester, born 4 
October 1697; 
married John 
Baylis. 



Hannah, born 
31 Jan: 170I; 
married Fer- 
nando Hunt. 



John Hartland, born 28 August 1706; 
died 13 April, bur. at Worcester 16 
April 1730. 



Anne Hartland. 



Elizabeth, marr. 
James Jerrett. 



Hannah Hartland, 
born 30 March 
17 1 5, died 20 No- 
vember following, 
bur. at Tewkesbury. 



John Hartland of Clifton, in=f=Sarah Engley, died 



Severn Stoke, co. Worcester, 
yeoman ; born 4 September 
1717; died 16 January, bur. 
atTewkesbury,co.Gloucester, 
21 January 1802. /|\ 



28 January, bur. at 
Tewkesbury 3 Feb- 
ruary 1784. 



Sarah Hartland, 
born 25 February 

,-19 



Thomas Hartland= 
of Barton Street, 
Tewkesbury ; born 
17 April 1722 ; 
died lo January 
1756. 



=Anne, died, aged 
63, 7 May, bur. 
at Tewkesbury 
9 May 1780. 



Anne Hartland, 
born 2 1 Novem- 
ber 1724 ; died 
in infancy. 



Robert Rich=j=Anne, born 29 July 
of Bristol. 1728 ; marr. at the 

Friends' Meeting 
House, Tewkesbury 
18 May 1749; living 
26 February 1765. 



A 



Sarah, mentioned in wills of her 
grandfather 31 August 1749, and of 
her uncle William 26 February 1765. 



Anne, mentioned in wills of her 
grandfather 31 August 1749, and of 
her uncle William 26 February 1765. 



Martha Hartland, born 
17 November 1730; 
died 4 April 1732, bur. 
at Tewkesbury. 



Zaccheus Hartland, 
born 1 1 February 
173! ; died 4 June, 
bur. at Tewkesbury 
S June 1737. 



Benjamin Hartland, 


Zaccheus Hartland, 


born 5 August 1735. 


born 23 October 




1737; died 12 Feb- 




ruary, bur. at Tewkes- 




bury 14 February 




i73f- 



163 



Gower. 

[Vol. IS, p. 38.] 



Pedigree of Gower. 



John Gower of Boughton in St. John's in Bedwardine,=j=Anne Attwood, 



CO. Worcester, 5th son of Thomas Gower of Woodhall, 
CO. Worcester (whose descent from Richard Gower, 
temp. Edward I., is given in the Visitation of Worcester 
in 1569), by Catherine his wife, dau. of John, 3rd Baron 
Sutton de Dudley; purchased Boughton circa 1500. 



dau. of John 
Attwood of 
Northwich, co. 
Worcester. 



Anne Tracey, dau.=j=Winiam Gower of Boughton, esquire ; purchased the moiety of=Joan. 



of Richard Tracey 
marr. before 20 
October 1516, date 
of marriage settle- 
ments. I St wife. 



Queenhill in Ripple, co. Worcester, before 1544; received a 2nd wife. 

grant of Lawherne in St. John's from King Henry VIII. in 

1544; died at Boughton 21 September 1546. Will dated 

16 August 1546, proved 15 November 1546 (P.C.C. 19 Alen). 

Inq. p. m. taken at Pershore 6 October 1546 (C Vol. j§. 

No. g4). 



I 
Henry Gower of Bough-=i=Barbara Littleton, dau. 



ton, esquire ; aged 30 
and more 25 October 
1546; executor to his 
father 15 November 
1546; died 27 May 
1548. Will dated 24 May 
1548. Inq. p. m. taken 
at Worcester 7 August 
1550 (C. Vol. 92, 
No. 121). 



of Sir Edward Littleton 
of Pillaton Hall, co. 
Stafford, knight, by 
Helen his wife, dau. of 
Humphrey Swinnerton 
of Swinnerton, co. Staf- 
ford, esquire ; marriage 
settlements dated 2 May 
1539. She married 
2ndly John Folliot of 
Pirton, CO. Worcester, 
esquire. 



William Gower of Great 
Witley, CO. Worcester, 
esquire; executor to his 
father 15 November 
1546; died 22 April, 
bur. at Great Witley 28 
October 1595. Will 
dated 7 February 1595, 
proved 17 May 1596 
(P.C.C. 30 Scott). Inq. 
p. m. taken at Worcester 
21 April 1596 (C. 
Vol. 247, No. 102). 



A 



=Isabella Sheldon, 
dau. of Richard 
Sheldon of Spetch- 
ley, CO. Worcester, 
by Catherine his 
wife, dau. of Tho- 
mas Littleton of 
Spetchley, esquire. 



George Rotheram of Farley, in=f=Anne, bapt. at Great=Edward Huggeford 



Mary Gower, 

bapt. at Great Luton, co. Bedford, esquire; marr. 

Witley 12 Au- at Great Witley 3 August 1569; 

gust 1543, died 5 November 1593, bur. at 

buried there Luton. M.I. Will dated 7 No- 

2 October vember 1590, vvith codicil dated 

following. 14 October 1593, proved 2 May 

1594 (P.C.C. 40 £)ix}i). He 

married istly Elizabeth, daughter 

of Edmund Bardolfe. ist husband. 



A 



Witley 30 July 1545; of Worcester, gent ; 
executrix to her hus- married before 21 
band 2 May 1594. April 1596. 2nd 
Will dated March husband. 
i6i|^, proved 20 
March 16 if, by Tho- 
mas Rotheram, son 
(P.C.C. 29 Parker). 



Isabel, bapt. at William Adams=j=Ursula, bapt. at=George Nashe of Claines, Mary Gower, 



Great Witley of Cleeton, co. 
25 September Salop; marr.be- 
1546. fore I May 1573. 

I St husband. 



A 



Great Witley 12 co. Worcester, yeoman; bur. at Great 
March 154I ; marr. before 7 February Witley 17 No- 
living 10 August i59f. Will dated 10 vember 1548. 
1596. August 1596, proved 27 

October 1600 (P.C.C. 63 

Wallopp). 2nd husband. 



164 



Arnold Govver of Earl's Court, co. Worcester,=Eleanor Staples, dau. and heir of Walter 

esquire; of Lincoln's Inn, barrister-at-law ; pur- Staples; marr. before 3 February 151^; 

chased Earl's Court before 1542; died 20 January died at Earl's Court 18 April 1542. Inq, 

i54§. Will dated 20 January 1545, proved 10 p. m. taken at Pershore 7 October 1542 

February 1545 (P.C.C. i6 S/^ert). Inq. p. ni. (C Vol. 67, No. 162). She married istly 

taken at Dodingtree Hundred 23 June 1543 Robert Washbourne, 
(C. Vol. 6ip, No. in). 



Robert Gower of Queenhill and of= 
Colemers, in King's Norton, co. Wor- 
cester, esquire ; executor to his father 
15 November 1546; died 13 June, 
bur. at King's Norton 14 June 1599. 
Will dated 22 May 1599, proved at 
Worcester 3 November 1601. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Bromsgrove 27 September 1599 
(C. Vol. 257, No. 74). 



=Cicely Sheldon, dau. of Richard 
Sheldon of Spetchley, co. Wor- 
cester, by Catherine his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Littleton of 
Spetchley, esquire ; executrix to 
her husband 3 November 1601 ; 
bur. at St. John's in Bedwardine, 
CO. Worcester, 5 June 1608. 
M.I. 



Margaret, men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 16 
August 1546. 



Frances Gower, 
bapt. at Great 
Witley, CO. Wor- 
cester, 30 No- 
vember 1550 ; 
bur. there 9 
March issf 



John Gower of King's Norton, gent ;= 
bapt. at Great Witley 14 August 1552 ; 
mentioned in his father's will 22 May 
1599 ; bur. at St. John's in Bedwar- 
dine 12 September 1625. Administra- 
tion granted at Worcester 1 1 January 
i62f, to his son William Gower. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Bromsgrove 8 Sep- 
tember 1629 {C. Vol. 4JJ, No. 71). 



=Anne Childe, dau. 
of John Childe of 
Crefton, co. Oxford ; 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 5 Jan- 
uary 158^ ; bur. at 
King's Norton 20 
April 1624. 



Richard Gower, 
bapt. at Great 
Witley 26January 



i55l- 



Frances Gower, 
bapt. and bur. at 
Great Witley 5 
November 1553. 



dau. of Robert Norton, esquire ; bapt. at King's Norton 



Anne Middlemore,=Robert Gower of Colemers, in King's=f=Frances Skynner, dau. of John 

Skynner of South Leigh, co. 
Oxford, esquire ; executrix to 
her husband 6 November 1657; 
marriage settlements dated 27 
September 1625. 2nd wife. 



Middlemore of Edg 
baston, co. War wick 
I St wife. 



24 August 1587 ; mentioned in his grand- 
father's will 22 May 1599; aged 30 and 
more 13 November 1625 ; died 17 July, 
bur. at King's Norton 19 July 1656. M.I. 
Will dated 20 October 1654, proved 
6 November 1657 (P.C.C. 346 Ruthveti). 



William Lewis, married=Barbara, bapt. at^. . . Roode, married Robert Gower, bapt. at 
at Great Witley 14 May Great Witley 22 before 7 February 159!. Great Witley 2 February 
1567. ist husband. April 1549. 2nd husband. 155? ; died young. 



John Russell, =Margaret, bapt. Walter Gower, Thomas Raynolds=j=Margaret, (?) bapt. at 
executor to at Great Witley bapt. at Great of Stratford-upon- I Great Witley 17 No- 
WilliamGower 19 March 155.V ; Witley 20 Au- Avon,co. Warwick, | vember 1547; marr. 



17 May 1596. marr. there 22 gust 1553, bur. gent ; bur. in Strat- 

December 1572; there2 7Septem- ford - upon - Avon 

bur. at King's ber following. Church 8 Septem- 

Norton 28 April ber 1613. 
1631. 

1,65 /\ 



after i May 1573 ; bur. 
in Stratfordupon-Avon 
("hurch 3 May 1615. 
Will dated i May 1615, 
proved 17 June 161 5 
(P.C.C. 56 'Riidd). 



Elizabeth, marr. at= 
King's Norton, co. 
Worcester, 3 June 
1583, marriage li- 
cence (Worcester) 
dated 1583 ; bur. at 
King's Norton 26 
August 1 618. She 
married istly John 
Field of King's 
Norton, ist wife. 



=Samuel Gower of Ford= 
House, King's Norton, 
gent ; bapt. at Great 
Witley, CO. Worcester, 13 
April 15SS ; mentioned 
in his father's will 22 
May 1599. Will (nuncu- 
pative) made 28 March 
1 63 1, proved 13 June 
i63i(P.C.C.74 3'/.>/4«). 



'Susannah Staunton, exe- 
cutrix to her husband 13 
June 163 1 ; bur. at King's 
Norton 2 December 1664. 
Will dated 20 May 1659, 
proved at Worcester 9 De- 
cember 1665. 2nd wife. 



Edward Gower, 
bapt. at Great 
Witley 4 Feb- 
ruary is5|. 



Simon Gower,=pAnne, living William Gower of Queenhill, gent ;=j=Elizabeth, executrix 



died before 20 
October 1654. 



20 October administrator to his father 1 1 January 
1654. iSzf ; bur. at Queenhill. Will dated 

8 September 1648, proved at Worcester 

6 December 1648. 



(i") Joan, married Mary, bapt. at 

. . . Newey. King's Norton 

10 June 1612. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at King's Nor- 
ton 25 March 
1598. 



to her husband 6 
December 1648. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at King's Nor- 
ton 14 April 
1605. 



Jane, bapt. at 
King's Norton 
21 September 
1606. 



John Gower of Colemers, in King's Norton ;=j=Mary, married before 20 October 1654 ; living 



executor to his father 6 November 1657 ; 
bur. at King's Norton 29 August 1661. 



10 September 1694; died before 25 May 1719. 



William Gower of= 
Colemers, esquire ; 
Sheriff 1688; Catholic 
Non-juror 10 August 
1721 ; died i June 
1736, bur. at St. 
Pancras, co. Middle- 
sex. M.I. Will 
dated 20 August 1734, 
proved 25 June 1736 
(P.C.C. 130 Derby). 



=Helen Coyney, sister and heir of 
Sampson Coyney, dau. of John 
Coyney of Weston Coyney, co. 
Stafford, esquire, by Helen his 
wife, dau. and coheir of John 
Dawes of Caughley, co. Salop ; 
marriage settlements dated 10 
September 1694; died, aged 36, 
13 June 1 7 18, bur. at St. Pancras. 
M.I. Administration granted 12 
August 1 7 18 (P.C.C). 



Richard Clayton= 
of Lee Hall, co. 
Salop ; aged 20, 
3 May 1676 



=Margaret, bapt. 
at King's Nor- 
ton 16 July 
1655; marriage 
licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 
3 May 1676, 
then aged 19. 



John Gower, administrator to 
his mother 12 August 17 18; 
died, aged 21, 16 May 1720, 
bur. at St. Pancras. M.I. 



William Gower of Weston Coyney, esquire ; killed in a duel 
(by Major John Oneby), aged 26, 3 February 172I, bur. at 
St. Pancras. M.I. Will dated 10 August 1721, proved 16 
March 172I (P.C.C. 48 Pfymouth). 



166 



William Gower, (?) bapt. 
at Great Witley 23 October 
1579 ; mentioned in his 
father's will 22 May 1599; 
(?) bur. at St. John's in 
Bedvvardine, co. Worcester, 
8 May 1607. 

Timothy Gower. 



Robert Gower, bapt. at 
Great Witley 2 February 
iS6§ ; mentioned in his 
father's will 22 May 1599 ; 
(?) bur. at King's Norton 
26 May 1619. 



Ann Withers,=Abel (}ower, esquire, of Bough— 
dau. of An- ton in St. John's in Bedvvardine, 
thony Withers co. Worcester (which he pur- 
of London; chased in 161 7 from Henry 
marriage li- Gower, grandson of Henry and 
cence (Bishop Barbara Gower) ; bapt. at Great 
of London) Witley, co. Worcester, 26 August 
dated i June 1565; of Balliol College,Oxford, 
1614. istwife. matriculated 2 May 1 581, aged 
14, B.A. 158I; Fellow of Oriel 
1 585 ; M.A. 1 588 ; Proctor 1 596 ; 
died 21 September, bur. at St. 
John's in Bedwardine 22 Sep- 
tember 1632. Will dated 30 
July 1632, proved 16 Novem- 
ber 1632 (P.C.C. Ill Audley). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Pershore 
4 September 1634 (C. Vol. 
509, No. 33). 



=Mary Clent, mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 27 March 
161 7 ; executrix 
to her husband 
16 November 
1632 ; living 22 
December 1645. 
She married istly 
Timothy Stampe 
of Bruern Abbey, 
CO. Oxford. 2nd 
wife. 



Abel Gower of Boughton, esquire ; mentioned in his brother's=j=Mary Hodges, bur. at St. John's 



will 22 December 1645 ; died, aged 50, 5 February i6f^, bur. 
in St. John's in Bedwardine. M.L Will dated 29 September 
1669, proved 2 March i67f (P.C.C. 36 Duke). 



^ii 



otocv 



m Bedwardine 25 December 
1680. M.L Will dated 20 
June 1680, proved at Worcester; 
inventory taken 14 February 
i68f 



Abel Gower, of the Inner Temple, gent ; of Pembroke College, Oxford, matriculated 26 
October 1660 ; admitted to the Inner Temple 1663 ; buried in the Temple Church 29 
November 1667. M.I. at St. John's in Bedwardine. 



Anne Gower, George Gower of Christ Church, Oxford ; 
unmarried 24 matriculated from Oriel College 15 De- 
November 1624. cember 1609, aged 15, B.A. 1613; M.A. 
1616. \Vill dated 24 November 1624, 
proved 7 February 162^ (P.C.C. 24 
Clarke). 



Etkyn.=Barbara, married 
before 24 Novem- 
ber 1624; living 
I November 1634. 



Thomas Hornyold of Blackmore= 
Park, CO. Worcester ; aged about 
7 in 1634; bur. at Hanley Castle, 
CO. Worcester. Will dated i No- 
vember 1688, proved 14 September 
1 69 1. He married 2ndly Dorothy, 
dau. of George Brent. 



=Margaret, bapt. at 
King's Norton, co. 
Worcester, i Novem- 
ber 1630 ; marriage 
settlements dated 
12 November 1649; 
bur. at Hanley 
Castle 27 December 
1676. 



A 



George Skynner.=Frances, bapt. at 
King's Norton 9 
April 1618 ; mar- 
ried before 20 
October 1654. 



167 



Humphrey Littleton of Naunton-=Martha, bapt. at 
Beauchamp, co. Worcester ; Great Witley, co. 
mentioned in will of Robert 
Gower 22 May 1599; died i May 
1624, bur. at Naunton. M.I. He 
married 2ndly Margaret Westfaling, 
widow of the Very Rev. Richard 
Eedes, Dean of Worcester. 



Worcester, 16 July 
1556 ; died 10 July 
1588, bur. in King's 
Norton Church, co. 
Worcester. M.I. 



William Hill of=Barbara, marriage 
Langdon, co. licence (Worces- 
Worcester;men- ter) dated 1577; 
tioned in will of mentioned in her 
Robert Gower father'.s will 22 
22 May 1599. May 1599. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at St. John's in 
Bedwardine, co. Worcester, 29 Sep- 
tember 1625; mentioned in her 
father's will 30 July 1632 ; living 
22 December 1645. 



William Gower of Boughton in St. John's in Bedwardine, 
gent ; inherited from his father estate at Napton-on-the- 
Hill, CO. Warwick, which he settled on his brother 
9 December 1645. Will dated 22 December 1645, 
proved 23 June 1646 (P.C.C. 82 Twisse). 



Robert Gower of Boughton and of Buttonbridge Hall,= 
CO. Salop, esquire; executor to his father 2 March 167^; 
bur. in St. John's in Bedwardine 18 February i6|^. Will 
dated 23 March i68|, proved 28 May 1690 (P.C.C. 
70 Dyke). 




(?>l^ 



Q 



'Catherine Childe, dau. of Sir 
William Childe of Kinlet, co. 
Salop, knight. Master in Chancery, 
by Anne his wife, dau. and heir 
of Rowland Lacon of Kinlet 
Park; marr. in 1671; executrix 
to her husband 28 May 1690, 
and to her mother 28 November 
1693 ; bur. at Kinlet 20 January 
i73i 



Abel Gower of Boughton Park ;= 
bapt. at Kinlet 16 June 1672 ; 
of Merton College, Oxford, 
matriculated 12 March 169^ ; 
Churchwarden of St. John's in 
Bedwardine 1697; bur. there 11 
February i7ix- M.I. 



/j.(^ ^<M^ 



=Mary Alnutt, 
daughter of 
- Alnutt of 
Penshurst,co. 
Kent ; mar- 
riage settle- 
ments dated 
1692. 



Anne Mary, bapt. 
at Kinlet 25 De- 
cember 1679 ; 
mentioned in wills 
of her father 23 
March 1 68|, and of 
DameAnneChilde 
13 April 1693. 



William Gower, bapt.= 
at Kinlet 15 Decem- 
ber 1680; mentioned 
in wills of his father 
23 March i68|, and 
of Dame Anne Childe 
13 April 1693. 



Andrew Boswell.=Sarah, marriage licence 
He married istly (Worcester) dated 5 
Elizabeth. October 1725. 



Mary Gower, bapt. at St. John's in Bedwardine 
16 December 1694; bur. there 20 December 
1694. 



Abel Eustace Gower, bapt. at St. John's in 
Bedwardine 28 October 1697 ; bur. there 
5 July 171 1. 



168 



Sarah Lambe, dau.=j=Wiliiam Gower of Glandovan, co. Pembrokt 



of Thomas Lambe ; 
born 18 November 
1667 ; married 7 
April 1683, mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 8 June ; died 
20 December 1686. 
I St wife. ^t^ 



of Nupton-on-thellill, co. Warwick, and of the 
Inner Temple, esquire ; mentioned in wills of 
his father 29 September 1669, and of hi.s brother 
Robert 23 March i68|; executor to his mother 
February 168^; M.P. for Ludlow 11 March 
i6|§ and 8 January 170". Will dated 14 May 
1723- 



(For issue see page 171.) 



=Jane Stedman, dau. and 
heir of James Stedman 
of Glandovan, by Jane 
his wife, dau. and heir of 
Edward Vaughan of 
Trawscoed and Glan- 
dovan ; died 27 March 
1736. 2nd wife. 



/K 



Anne Thorpe, dau.= 
of Edward Thorpe 
of Chiddingstone, 
CO. Kent ; marr. at 
Chiddingstone 12 
June 1729 ; died, 
aged 40, buried at 
Penshurst, co. Kent, 
25 January 1748. 
M.L I St wife. 



=William Gower of Boughton in St. John's in Bedwardine,= 
CO. Worcester, and of Chiddingstone, and afterwards 
of Penshurst, gent ; bapt. at St. John's in Bedwardine, 
30 November 1701; sold the Manor of Boughton 
9 October 1729; died, aged 79, 2 November, bur. at 
Chiddingstone 5 November 1780. M.L 



IX) nrv 



^on)a)^ 



=Avice, marr. at 
Cliiddingstone 
27 .\pril 1760; 
bur.there9 No- 
vember 1788. 
She married 
istly Clement 
Miles of Eden- 
bridge, CO. 
Kent. 2nd 
wife. 



1 
Mary Gower, born 

13 December, 
bapt. at Penshurst 
15 December 

1730 ; buried at 
Tunbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent, 11 No- 
vember 1807. 



John Gower, 
born 29 Sep- 
tember, bapt. 
at Penshurst 8 
October 1732. 



I 
William Gower of Chiddingstone and=j=Ann King, mar- 

of Leieh. co. Kent : born 7 Tanuarv, ried at Chidding- 
stone 9 November 



of Leigh, CO. Kent; born 7 January, 
bapt. at Penshurst 21 January 173I; 
buried at Chiddingstone 26 April 1812. 



^k^^^ ^tXi^f^ 



1761. 



A 



Abel Gower, Edward Gower of Whatstock Farm,= 
born 1 1 March Chiddingstone ; born 3 March 1 74^ ; 
173I, bapt. at bapt. at Penshurst 8 April 1744. 
Penshurst 25 
March 1739. 



•f-dt>r- §00^ 



=Jane Honeywood, 
dau. of Edward 
Honeywood of 
Ashford, co. Kent ; 
married in 1788. 
Miniature in 
the possession of 
Robert Vaughan 
Goiver. 



Anne Gower, born 
I January, bapt. 
at Penshurst 8 
February 174I ; 
bur. there 7 April 
1747- 



William Gower, born 12 August, bapt. at Chiddingstone, co. Kent, 13 August 1789; buried 
at Penshurst, co. Kent, 24 February 1857. 



169 



Henry Attwood of=Mary, mentioned in 
Wolverley, co. will of her brother 
Worcester, gent; William 22 Decem- 
aged 22, 30 May ber 1645 ; marriage 
1 66 1. licence (Worcester) 

30 May 1 66 1, then 

aged 19. 



(?) Elizabeth. Edward =Anne, mentioned in 

Kettleby; her father's will 29 

aged 22, September 1669 ; 

12 June marr. at St. John's 

1674. in Bedwardine, co. 

Worcester, 13 June 

1674, marr. licence 

(Worcester) dated 

12 June. 



Mary, bapt. 24 February i7o|, 
buried at St. John's in 
Bedwardine 7 April following. 



Anne, bapt. at St. John's in Bedwardine, co. Worcester, 
I July 1706 ; (?) bur. at St. John's in Bedwardine 22 October 
1709. 



Edward Gower of Ennesfield, in Leigh, co.=j=Sarah Martha, natural daughter of Sara, Baroness 



Kent; born 13 October, bapt. privately 14 
October, and publicly received at Chidding- 
stone, CO. Kent, 30 October 1791 ; died 11 
May, bur. at Leigh 17 May 1857. M.L 
and Window in Leigh Church. Miniature 
in the possession of Robert Vaughan 
Gower of Tunbridge Wells. 



A 



de Peauly de Kallenbach ; born in France in 
1801 ; marr. at Penshurst, co. Kent, 20 No- 
vember 1819; died 26 November, bur. at Leigh 
2 December 1877. ALL Portrait in oils in 
the possession of Robert Vaughan Gower of 
Tunbridge Wells. 




i^For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XV., page 38.) 



John Gower,=|=Elizabeth Deadman, 
born 12 Au- [ married at Chidding- 
stone 17 November 
182 1 ; bur. there 24 
May 1858. 



gust, bapt. 
at Chidding- 
stone 9 Sep- 
tember 1798. 



A 



Robert Gower of=j=Jane Ongley, 



RedhilljCO.Surrey 
bapt. at Chid- 
dingstone 1 1 May 
1805. 



married at 
Redhill. 



Frances Gower, bapt. 
at Chiddingstone 22 
September 1808 ; bur. 
there 23 April 1831. 



A 



170 



Sarah Lambe, dau.=i=William Gower of= 
of Thomas Lambe. | Glandovan, co. Pem- 



ist wife. 



broke 
169). 



{see page 



=Jane Stedman, dau. and 
heir of James Stedman of 
Glandovan. 2nd wife. 



Thomas Marsh of St. Martin's-=Mary, hving iS June 
in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex, 1737. 
gent; living 18 June 1737. 



Richard Jones. =Sarah, 
173'- 



died 



William Gower= 
(?) of Stepney, 
CO. Middlesex, 
mariner ; died 
before 1 1 Jan- 
uary i73f. 



^Bridget Ford, James Gower. Captain John Donkley, R.N. ;=Jane, died, 
living 9 June Lieutenant 2 June 1742 ; aged 80, in 

1767. Captain 27 March 1756; died 1782. 

Martha Gower. in the Channel 17 March 
1758- 



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Abel Gower of Glandovan ;= 
admitted an Attorney of 
the King's Bench 4 May 
1730; died, aged 89, 26 
March 1788, bur. at 
Kilgerran, co. Pembroke. 
M.I. Will dated 25 Feb- 
ruary 1787. 



=Lettice Lewis, only dau. and heir of 
the Rev. Erasmus Lewis, Vicar of 
Lampeter, co. Cardigan, and Mar- 
garet his wife ; bapt. at Lampeter 12 
July 1 7 1 5 ; marr. there 9 April 1 740, 
marriage settlements dated 5 April 
1740; died, aged 79, 13 January 
1794, bur. at Kilgerran. M.L 



Captain =j=Barbara, living 9 



Blackley, 
R.N. 



A 



June 1767. 



William Phillips=j=Frances 
of Penalltrhing, 
CO. Pembroke ; 
died in 1803. 



Maria, Admiral Sir Erasmus Gower of Glandovan and of 
bapt. at Kilger- Hambledon, co. Hants, knight ; bapt. at Kilgerran 3 De- 
ran 23 September cember 1742; entered the Navy in 1755; appointed 
1741 ; married acting Lieutenant 7 December 1762; selected by Sir 
there 5 March George Rodney as ist Lieutenant of his flag-ship the 
1765; died in "Sandwich" in 1779 ; posted 9 January 1780 to command 
June 1812. a Spanish Prize ; in command of the "Medea" hecaptured 

/^ the Dutch ship " Vryheid," 50 guns, at Cuddalore (30 Jan- 

uary 1 783), and recaptured the "Chaser" with despatches ; 
Flag-Captain on the Newfoundland station 1786-89; as 
Captain of the "Lion" he took Lord Macartney to 
China, and was knighted at St. James' i August 1792; 
Rear-Admiral 14 February 1799; Vice- Admiral 1804; 
Admiral 25 October 1809 ; died, aged 71, at Hambledon 
21 June 1814, buried there. M.L in Kilgerran Church. 
Will dated 27 August 181 1, proved 18 July 1814 
(P.C.C. 416 Bridport). {See '' Dictioriary of National 
Biography" Vol. XXII., page 2pJ.) Portrait in the 
possession 0/ Captain Erasmus IVilliam Gower. 




Anna Emma Gower of Bath, 
CO. Somerset. Will dated 9 
June 1767. 



Robert Gusthart of Bath, M.D. ;= 
died 17 December 1780. Ad- 
ministration granted 8 March 
1 781 (P.C.C.) He married zndly 
Mary. 



John Clies of Lisbon, Portugal 
merchant. 




=Adaliza, died before 
9 June 1767. 



Lieutenant 
Navy. 



Owen,=f=Catherine, 



Royal 



before 
1767. 



died 
June 



A 



William Gower of H.M.S." Lynn " ; 
bapt. at Kilgerran 11 February 
i74f ; died at Sheerness, co. Kent, 
I January 1760. Administration 
granted 2 August 1760 (P.C.C.) 



Margaretta Gower, bapt. at Kilgerran 
20 February i74|-; mentioned in 
will of her aunt Anna Emma 9 June 
1767; died, aged 7 4, bur. at Kilgerra n 
29 November 1818. 



Jane Gower, died, 
aged 14, 26 De- 
cember, bur. at 
Kilgerran 28 De- 
cemberi759. M.I. 



Anna Emma 
Gower, bapt. 
privately at 
Kilgerran 1 7 
August 1747; 
living 9 June 
1767. 



Abel Anthony Gower of Kilgerran and Gynderwyn, co. Pembroke, esquire ; 
born 16 August 1748; J.P. and D.L. for co. Pembroke, High Sheriff 1830; 
died at Glandovan, co. Pembroke, aged 89, i October, bur. at Kilgerran 10 
October 1837. M.L Portrait in the possession of Captain Erasmus 
Williatn Gower. 




Rev. E. Bowen=Letitia, bapt. at 
of Llanllwny, Kilgerran 18 



co.Carmarthen 
died before 27 
August 181 1. 



October 1749 ; 
marr. after i o 
March 1788; 
died, aged 65, 
2 February 

1815, bur. at 
Kilgerran. M.L 



Rev. David Richards=i=Barbara, born in 



of Llandfrieg ; died 
before 2 7 August 
1811. 



1750; mentioned 
in will of her aunt 
Anna Emma 9 
June 1767 ; marr. 
before 10 March 
1789; died 
June 1S40. 



14 



Adaliza Gower, 
bapt. at Kilgerran 
24 January 1752; 
died, aged 2 
months, bur. at 
Kilgerran. M.L 



/K 



Adaliza Gower, men- 
tioned in will of her 
aunt Anna Emma 9 
June 1767 ; died at 
Llandovan, co. Pem- 
broke, aged 87, 31 
July, bur. at Kilger- 
ran, co. Pembroke, 7 
August 1839. 



Robert Gower of= 
Glendovan, co. 
I'embroke (twin 
with John Lewis); 
born at Glan- 
dovan in 1754; 
died in London. 



=Sarah Favell, dau. of George 
Favell ; died, aged 88, at 
zo York Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London, 10 January 
1856. Will dated 30 Decem- 
ber 1853, with codicil dated 
I August 1854, proved 9 
April 1856 (P.C.C. 290, 56). 




{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIX., page 50.) 



John Lewis Gower 
(twin with Robert), 
died, aged 24, 8 
July 1779, bur. at 
Kilgerran. M.I. 



Major James Gower, bapt. at Kilgerran=f=Elizabeth Catherine Spragg, 



27 April 1756; ist Lieutenant Royal 
Marines 14 March 1777; Captain 
12 January 1782; Major (half-pay) 
I March 1794; died at Wrexham, co. 
Denbigh, 5 November 1802. 



marr. at Kilgerran 17 Sep- 
tember 1809 ; (?) she married 
2ndly William Mitchell. 



Martin Gower, bapt. at 
Kilgerran 28 Novem- 
ber 1758; died, aged 
6 months, bur. at 
Kilgerran 19 March 
1759. M.L 



A 



Rev. William Gower, Rector of Little=f=Anne, died, aged Richard Gower=i=Bridget Bowen, 

--■-—' marr. at Kil- 

gerran 22 March 
1789. 



Hempston, co. Devon ; bapt. at 
Kilgerran 30 May 1760; Rector of 
Little Hempston 29 December 1823 ; 
died 5 April, bur. at Little Hempston 
10 April 1837. M.I. 




79, at Torbrien, 
CO. Devon, 31 
January, bur. at 
Little Hempston 
8 February 1848. 
M.I. 



A 



of Tenby, co. 
Pembroke, M.D. ; 
born in 1762 ; 
died at Tenby 27 
August 1833. 



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173 



Gower. 
[Vol. IS, p. 38.1 



Wills of the Gower Family. 

In the Name of God Amen. The xx'"* day of Januarii In the Yere of our 
lord god m' v"^ fourty and twoo I Arnold Gower of Erlys Courte in the Countie 
of Worcetur Esquier ordeyn and make this my last wille and testament in maner 
and fourme folowing, that is to sey First I bequeth my soule to almighty God 
and to his blissed mother saint Mary and to all the holly company of hevyn, my 
body to be buried in the parishe Churche of saint John baptist in my Chapell 
whiche I have biiylded there. Item I geve and bequeth to the high avvter of 
the same church iij^ iiij''. Item I geve and bequethe to the Reparacions of the 
said Church iijs iiijd. Item I geve and bequethe all and singuler iny landes 
tenementes rentes reversions and services with thappurtenances and all other my 
hereditaments whatsoever they be unto my sonne John Gower To have and to 
holde the same landes and tenementes rentes reversions and services with their 
appurtenances and all other heraditamentes unto the said John Gower his heires 
and assignes forev^ Item I give and bequethe unto the said John Gower all 
and singuler my goodes and catalles moveate and unmoveable the whiche John 
Gower I ordeyn and make my sole and oonly Executour to bestowe and dispoase 
them for the welthe of my soule and my wife's soule and all christen soules as 
he thinkes best. These witnesse Sir Thomas Elkes vicar of the said Churche 
Roger Thomas Wittm Thomas Wilim Holt cum multis aliis. 

[Proved lo February 1542 by the executor.] 

P.C.C. 16 Spert. 



In the Name of God Amen. I William Gower of Bulton in the parrishe of 
saint Jones in Bedwardyn nere to the Cytie of Wourceto'' esquier being sicke in 
bodye neverthelesse parfitte and hole of mynde doo make this my pnt will or 
testament the xvj''' day of Auguste in the yere of o'' lorde god a thowsaunde fyve 
hundreth fourtie and six in the xxxviij'*" yere of the reigne of King Henry the 
eiglite by the grace of God King of Englande Fraunce and Irelande defendo'' 
of the faith and in earthe supreme hedd of the churche of Englande and Irelande. 
Firste I bequeath my soul to alniightie god my body to be buried in the parrishe 
churche of Saint Jones. And also I will that aftre my deathe and decease that 
Jone my wiffe have to her Joynto'' her liffe naturall the howses at Stock and also 
all landes and tentmentes w' other hereditamentes that I have in Stoke w'in 
the Countie of Wourceto'' whiche is Sixe poundes thretene shillingf & foure 
pence. And also my wiffe to have at Borrysley iiij'' and at Pophill three poundes 
and at Elly xls. Item my wiffe to have twoo howses in Wourceto'' thone howse 
whiche Archerde did dwell yn and a nother howse at the Howmyse house gate 
w'^'' twoo howses doo pay xxviijs by yere. Item ix gardeynes which is xixs by yere 
And the rest whiche lackithe of the some of twentie poundes to be paide by 
Robert my sonne out of the lordeshipp of Creedley. 

Item I bequeth unto my wyffe a Saulte of silver parcell gilte and halfe a dosen 
of silver spones and twoo fetherbeddes and a matterys the whiche be in the 
chamBr as she lieth in and twoo paire of blanckettf foure paire of sheetes two 
Counterpointes foure kyne and twoo pottf twoo pannes and twoo cawdrons and 
halfe a garnishe of vessell and twoo pillowbers twoo candlestickes and a basonne 
and an Ewer that cam from Bynyngton. And my wiffe also to have my white 
gelding and a lether cofer whiche standith in the orryall w' a litle black cofer 
w' a selver stock. 

Item I bequeth to my sonne Harry twoo saultes w' a cover and haulfe a dosen 
silver spones and viij Oxen and a wayne and all that dothe belonge to theyme 
and all the standerdes of the howse w' all my shepe. 

Item I bequeth to my sonne Harry his three daughters xxx'' whiche M'' 
Horwell dothe owe. And also I bequeth to my sonne Harry my Challice and 
all that dothe belong to a priste and my basonne and Ewer of silver parcell gilte 
And also I bequeth to my sonne Harry all thinges standing holie in the great 
chamhr and the dowle chamfer and the middle chamfer. 

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Item I bequeath to Jasper aftre the decease of my wiffe the manno^ of Stoke Gower. 
which is Six poundf thretene shiUinges and foure pence. [Vul. 15, p. 38.] 

Item I bequeth to Anthony Gower xl5 at lilmeley and twoo howses at 
Wourceto^ thoiie at the ahnes howse gate and thoder w'^'' Archarde did dwell yn 
and ix gardeyns in \Vourceto^ , , • 1 

Also I geve to Fraunces Gower iiij'' at Borysley Aston, and theis to be 
delyvered unto theyme aftre the deceas of my wiffe yf they be at lautull age, yf 
they be not at laufuU age aftre the decease of my wiffe it shalbe laufuU for theire 
father to take the proffites in the meane tyme. 

Item I geve to Anthony Gower a Cowe and to Anne Gower a Cowe. 

Item I geve to my sonne Williams doughter tenne poundes which is in 
John Butlers handes. , ■ , ■ • 

Item I bequeth my sonne \Villiain thutie pouiidcs of nionye which is in my 
cosen Ketelbye har.dp. 

Item I geve to mv sonne Harry other xxx''. 

Item I bequeth' to my sonne William twoo oxen. And other too to my 

Sonne Robert. . . . 

Item I bequeth to William Chardell twoo kyne and twentie shillingf a yere 
to be paide hym aftre the death of my wiffe by thandes of Robert Gower out of 
my manno' of Cradley if he contynue yn sarvice W the saide Robert or anny ot 
of his brethren. , , , • t 

Item I geve to Robert my sonne all that whiche he hathe at saint Jonys 

and a gilte goblett. 

Item I geve to Jofia Gower a bullock. 

Item I give all my apparell to my sonnes. 

Also I geve to my daughter Margaret a gilte Stucke w' a cover. 

Item I geve to my sonne Wittm a cupberd standing in my chamBr. 

Item I geve to my sonne Wittm Gower xvjti xiijs iiijd whiche M-- Ihomas 
Blunt dothe owe. 

Item I geve my sonne Harry all my goodes unbequethed. 

Item I geve to my sonne Robert xijti whiche Lucas dothe owe me and ixTi 
whiche Anthonye Wesborne dothe owe me. 

Item to my sonne Wittm a Nutte of silver and gilte. 

Item I doo make ordeyne and constitute Harry Gower William Gower and 
Robert Gower my sonnes myne executours of this my testament and last will. 
And also I geve to my sofi William Gower all suche landes and teneinentes 
as I late purchased of one Richarde Cornewall esquier lying w'ln the Citie ot 
Heref and the Suburbes of the same To have and to holde to hym and to his 
Kpirgc f^Qf ever. 

And I geve to Robert Gower my sonne the manno"- of Quynyll and Temple 
Lawgheme To have and to holde to hym and to his heires for ev^ 

Also I geve and bequeth to my sonne Richarde Welshe twentie poundes. 

Theis being wittnes Thomas Clynton William Adyes and John lailo^ withe 
others. 

[Proved is November 1546 by the executors.] 

^ •> ■" P.C.C. ig Akn. 



In the name of God Amen the xxij"> day of Maye in the yere of o- Lorde (>od 
one thowsand five hundred foure score and nynetene And in one and fortythe yere 
of the Reigne of our Soi'Jeigne lady Elizabethe By the grace of god Queene ot 
England ffraunce and lerland defender of the ffaythe &c. ■ v. c ■ 

Robart Gower of Colemershe w'Mn the pishe of kinges norton in the Gountie 
& diocesse of Worcester Esquier being weake in body but stronge in mynde doe 
willingly and w"> a free harte Render and geve agayne into the handes ol my 
lorde God and Creato'" my Spirite w'^'' he of his fatherly goodnes gave unto me 
when he first fashcioned me in my mothers wombe makinge me a lyvinge Creature 
nothinge doubtinge but for his infinyt mercies sett forthe in the pciouse blude ol his 
dearly beloved sonne Jesus Christe o-- only Savioure and redemer he will receave 
my Soule unto his Glory and place it in the Company of the hevenly Angells 



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Gower. and blessed Saintes And as concering my bodye even w''' a free harte and Goodwill 

[Vol. IS, 0.38.1 I gyve yt over Comendinge yt to the earthe from whence yt came. Beinge weke 
assurid (according to the Article of my faythe) att tlie great and genall day of 
judgement to receave tile same agayne And as towcliinge my temporall (Joodes 
I will gyve and devyse them in manner and forme ffoUowinge. First I gyve and 
bequeathe unto Robart Gower sone of my sone John Gower one debte of 
Seaventene poundes due unto me by one nycolas Towne Itm I gyve and bequeathe 
unto my Sonnes Samuell Gower William Gower Robart Gower and Abell Gower 
all debtes duties and demandes dUe to me for any matter or cause whatsoeu by 
my brother in lawe John Alderforde equally to be devided amongest them Itm 
I gyve and bequeathe unto them the sayde Samuell William and Abell all debtes 
and somes of money due unto me by one William Moo''e to be likewyse devyded 
amongest them Itm I doe gyve and bequeathe unto Cicily my wyfe my indenture 
of Lease and terme of yei^es w^* are yet to come unexpired of and in one meadowe 
lyinge and beinge w'^'in the pyshe of Powicke in the sayd Countye of Worcester 
nowe or he'"etofore Called by the name of Newe meadowe yf yt shall fortune her 
the sayd Cicilly to lyve to thend & experacon of the said lease. But yf shee shall 
deceasse before the end of the sayd leasse then my will is and I doe hereby will 
devyse & bequeath to John Gower my sone and to Robt Gower his sone the 
residile of the said yeares then unexpired Itm I gyve devyse and bequeath unto 
my foresayde sone Abell Gower one debt of ffortye pounds due to me by Rafife 
Sheldon esquier or Willia Sheldon & his father as by byll and Ires under the hand 
of the sayd William Sheton dothe appeare Itm [blank in origitial]. Itm my will 
ys that Cicily my said wyef haue the use and occupacoii of the moytye of all other 
my goodes cattells chattells and implements for and duringe her naturall lyffe and 
after her deceasse my will ys And I doe hereby gyve will and devyse the .sayd 
nioytie of my sayd goodes cattells chattells & implementes unto my sonnes Robt 
(jower and Abell Gower equally to be devyded betweene them And yf yt fortune 
my said sonnes Robart Gower and Abell Gower or either of them to deceasse 
before my sayd wyefe then my will ys that his or their pte or ptes so deceasinge 
shalbe and remayne to shuch of Childrene to whome my sayde wyef shall devyse 
them Itm I gyve devyse and bequeath th other moytie of all my goodes Cattells 
Chattells and imptmentes unto the Children of William Hill by hym begotten on 
the bodye of my Daughter Barbara And to the Children of my sonne William 
Gower equelly to be devyded amongst them And I doe ordeyne Constytute and 
appoint Cicily my said wyef william Gower and Abell Gower my sayd sonnes 
E.xecutors of this my last Will and Testement And my wellbeloved kinsman George 
Littleton esquier and my sone in lawe M'' Humfry Littleton myne oQseers gyvinge 
to eyther of them towardes their paynes twenty shillinges And I doe hereby 
renounce revoke & utterly disanull all former wills by me he'"tofore made In 
witnes I haue caused this my last Will to be written and haue delyued the same 
w'*^ myne owne handes the day and yeare first aboue written in the jJsens of the 
psonnes w-hose names are underwritten. 

[Probate 3'''^ November 1601 granted to Cicily Gower, the Relict. Amount 
of Inventory 249' 4''.] 

Worcester, No. log, 1601. 



Nuncupative will of Samuel Govkfer of Fordhowse, in the parish of King's 
Norton, co. Worcester, gent, made 28''' March 1631. 

Testator said " Cosyn (speakinge to Robert Gower of Colemares in the said 
pishe of Kingsnorton, esquier his nephewe) I am glad yowe are come, yowe 
are my next kynsman I woulde haue yo" make my will." 

I make my wife Susan my exectrix & she shall have my leases in Kingsnorton 
during her life and the leases in Aneevehill my son Samuel shall have & his 
mother shall dispose of them. 

The cottage, malthouse & land meaning certain freeland in Kingsnorton to 
Samuel & his heirs. I have but one child. Witnesses ; R. Gower, John Askewe. 

[Proved 13 June 1631 by the executrix named.] 

P.C.C. 74 St. John. 



In the Name of God Amen: the Thirteth day of July Anno dni 1632. And in Gower. 

the Eight yeare of the Raigiie of o"' soveraigne Lord C;iiaile.s by the grace of God [Vol. 15, p. 3S.] 

Kinge of England, Scotland, Fraunce and Ireland defender of the Faith &c. 

I Abell Gower of Boulton \v'''in the pishe of Ste John's in Bedwardine in the 

Countye of Worcester Esquire being sicke and weake of bodie but of good 

and pfecte mynde and rnemorie praysed be God doe make publish ordayne and 

declare this my laste will and testament in manner and forme followinge That 

is to say Firste I give and Commende my soule into the handes of Almighty God 

my Creator nothinge doulHinge but that for his infinite mercyes sett forth in the 

precious bloode of his dearly beloved Sonne Jhesus Christ my only saviour and 

Redeemer hee will receave my soule into his glorie and place it in the Companie 

of the heavenly Angells and blessed Sainctcs And as concerninge my bodie even 

w''' a good will and free hart I give it over Commendinge it to the earth whereof it 

came nothinge doubtinge but that accordinge to the Article of my Faith at the 

greate daye of the generall resurrection when wee shall appeare before the 

Judgement seate of Christ I shall receave the same againe by the mightie power of 

God (wherew'"^ he is able to subdue all thinges to himselfe not a Corruptible 

mortall weake and vile bodie as it is nowe but an uncorruptible Immortall stronge 

and perfect bodye in all pointf like unto the glorious bodie of my Lord and saviour 

Jhesus Christ) and my bodie to be buried in the pishe Churche of S" Johns in 

Bedwardine in such decent and respective manner as my Executrix hereafter named 

shall thinke fitt. And as for that portion of goodf and estate w'^'' God of his greate 

mercie hath lent niee I bequeth them as followeth : 

Imprimis I doe give towardc thenlarginge and newe buildinge of the Chauncell 
of the parishe Churche of S'' Johns in Bedwardine the some of tenn poundf . 

Item I give to the poore of the said pishe of S'= Johns the some of five poundf. 

Item I doe give devise and bequeath unto my deare and wellbeloved wyefe the 
rente issues f>fitts and Conimodityes of all and singuler my mesuages landf 
tenementp and hereditamentf w''' all and singuler thappurtennces whatsoever 
scituate lyinge and beinge in Sawfold w'^'in the pishe of Clifton upon Teame w^Hn 
the Countie of Worcester untill my eldest sonne Abell Gower shall accomplish his 
full age of Twentie and fower yeares to the intent and purpose and my will and 
meaninge is that my wellbeloved wyefe shall w"' the said rentf issues and profittf 
thereof educate and mayntayne my said sonne untill his accomplishment of his said 
age. And after the said Abell Gower shall accomplish his said age of Twentie and 
fower yeares Then I give devise and bequeath all and singuler my said Messuages 
landf tenamentf and heriditamentf with their and everie of their appurtenncf 
scituate lying and beinge in Sawfold aforesaid unto my said sonne Abell Gower his 
heires and assignes for ever. 

Item I give devise and bequeath unto my said welbeloved wyefe all and singuler 
my Messuages landf tenementf and heriditamentf whatsoever with their and everie 
of their appurtenncf of me the said Abell Gower scituate lyinge and being in 
Napton upon the Hill in the Countie of Warwicke and nowe in the tenure or 
occupacon of one Nicholas Horrod or his assignes teiinte or undertennte untill my 
yongest sonne William Gower shall accomplish his full age of Fower and twentie 
yeares to the intent and purpose and my will and meaninge is that my said 
welbeloved wyefe shall imploye the rentf and profittf of the said premisses in 
Napton upon the hill afforesayd for and towardf the educacon and mayntenaunce 
of my said yongest sonne William Gower untill hee shall accomplishe his full age of 
Fower and twentye yeares. And after my said yongest sonne William Gower shall 
accomplish the full age of Fower and twentye yeares then I doe give devise and 
bequeath all and singuler my said Messuages landf tenementf and heraditamentf 
whatsoever w'*' their and everie of their appurteiincf scituate lyeinge and beinge 
in Napton upon the hill afforesayd or elsewhere w'''in the Countie of Warwicke unto 
my said sonne William Gower his heires and assignes for ever. And if my daughter 
Elizabeth Gower doe marrie with the assent and good likeinge of my saide 
welbelovd wyefe her mother Then and not otherwise I will devise and bequeath 
unto my said daughter Elizabeth Gower the soiSe of five hundred poundf of lawfuU 
English money to be payed unto her when and as soone as shee shall accomplishe ^ 

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Gower. her full age of one and twentie yeares. But if shee tlie said Elizabeth Gower doe 

(Vol. 15, p. 38.1 happen to marrie without the consent and good Hkeinge of her said mother then I 

only give tievise and bequeath unto my said daughter Elizabeth (iower the soiSe 

of three hundred poundf to bee payd unto her at her accomplishment of her said 

age of one and twentie yeares. 

Item I doe will devise and bequeath unto my said welbeloved wyefe all and 
singuler my Mesuages land(' tenement^ and heriditamentf whatsoever w'*" the 
appurtenncf scituate lyinge and beinge in Kington in the said Countie of Worcester 
To have and to hould unto my said welbeloved wyefe her heires and assignes for 
ever and my true intent and meaninge of soe devisinge of my said landf in Kington 
unto my said wyefe as afforesaid is that shee shall sell the same p'niisses before my 
said daughter shall accomplish her said age of one and twentie yeares for the 
raysinge of my said daughters porcon or legacye. 

Item I doe give devise bequeath unto my said welbeloved wyefe one salt Phate 
or BuUerie of salt water scituate lyinge and being in Droytwich in the said Countie 
of Worcester nowe in the tenure or occupacon of {/'lank in an'x'na/) Davies To 
have and to hold to my said wiefe and her assignes for and duringe the terme of her 
naturall life. 

Item I doe give devise and bequeath unto my said welbeloved wyefe two 
Mesuages bowses or tenementf w'^'' I latelie purchased of Hughe Cotton deceased 
lyeinge and beinge in the said pishe of S'' Johns in Bedwardine in the said 
Countie of Worcester To have and to hould unto my said wyefe for and duringe 
the tearme of her naturall life without impeachment of or for any manner of waste. 

Item I doe give devise and bequeath unto my welbeloved sonne in law Timothie 
Stampe of the Inner Temple London Esq'' my greate standinge Cupp of silver and 
guilte w'** the Cover to the same of the value of twentie poundf. 

Item I give devise and bequeath unto the said Timothie Stampe NVilliam Stampe 
John Stampe, Marie Stampe and Anne the wyefe of Thomas Clent of Martley in the 
said Countie of Worcester Clarke my well beloved wyefes Children by her former 
husband the severall Somes of Tenn poundf a peece to make each and everie of 
them A dyamond Ringe withall And as for all the rest and residue of my goodf 
and Chattels whatsoever my legacies and funerall expences beinge paid and satisfied 
I doe give devise and bequeath unto my saied welbeloved wyefe Marie Gower 
whome I doe ordayne and make my sole Executrix of this my last will and 
testament. 

And I doe intreate my said welbeloved sonne in lawe Timothie Stampe and my 
welbeloved brother in lawe John Gunnes of Whitney in the said Countie of Oxford 
gent to be my overseers of this my last will and testament. 

And I doe give unto my said brother in lawe John Gunnes the some of five 
poundf to make him a signet Ringe w''' all for his paynes and care therein. 

In Witnes whereof I have hereunto subscribed my hande and put my seale the 
day and yeares first above written. Abell Gower. Willia Stampe, John Burlie, 
Jonn Chaunce, John Combey. 

[Proved 16 November 1632 by the executrix.] 

F.C.C. Ill Audlev. 



September the 8"> 1648. 

The last Will & testament of me William Go . . . of Queenhill in the County 
of Worcester gent being sick in body but of sound & perfect memory, thanks be to 
god, in manner & forme following Imprimis I bequeath my soule into the hands 
of Almighty God through Jesus Christ my redeemer & my body to the ground & to 
be buried in the upper part of the chancell in the parrish Church of Queenhill 
Itm my worldly goods I dispose of in manner & forme foUowinge Itm I give & 
bequeath unto my brother Symond Gower his two daughters, to each of them tenn 
ponds to be paid unto them at my wife's death Itm I giue & bequeath unto the 
poore of the parrish of Queenhill the suiiie of twenty shillings to be disbursed at my 

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departure Itm I giue & bequeath unto my wife Elizabeth Gower all my goods Gower. 
catties & chattels & also make & appoint hir the whole iS; sole executrix of this my [Vol. 15, p. 38.] 
last Will & testament. William Gower. (Seal). 

In the p''sence of Edward Leight min : of Queehill Edward Mayle. 

[Probate Worcester 6 December 1648 granted to Elizabeth Gower, the Relict 
and Executrix. Amount of Inventory ^224 15 2.] 

IForces/er, No. 70, 164S. 



In the name of God Amen the Twenty Ninth day of September In the one and 
Twentieth yeare of the Reigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles the Second by the 
grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King defendor of the Faith 
&c. And in the year of our Lord according to the computation of the Church of 
England One Thousand six hundred sixty nine, I Abell Gower of Bouleton in the 
Parish of S' Joanes ats S' Johns in Bedwardine in the County of Worcester Esq"' 
beeing in good health and pfecte memorie thankes bee unto God for the same 
caUing to remembrance the uncertaine Estate of this transitory life, and that all 
flesh must die when it shall please God to call doe therefore make and Ordaine 
this my last Will and Testament in manner and forme as followeth And first beeing 
penitent and sorry from the bottome of my heart for all my sinns paste most 
humbly desireing forgivenesse for the same I give and comitt my soule unto 
Almighty God my Saviour and Redeemer in whome and by the merritts of Jesus 
Christ I truste and beleive assuredly to bee saved and my Body to bee buryed in the 
Parish Church of S' Johns aforesaid And for the settling of my Lands Tenements 
and Hereditaments hereafter menconed for a competent maintenance and provision 
for some of my younger Children which are not as yet provided for And alsoe for 
some further provision to bee made for Mary my wellbeloved Wife, and for the 
settling of my personall Estate and such goods and Chattels as it hath pleased God 
to bestowe uppon mee I doe give and bequeath the same as followeth First I give 
and bequeath unto my youngest son William Gower and his heires for ever All 
those my Lands Tenements and Hereditaments scituate lying and being in Napton 
on the Hill in the County of Warwicke or elsewhere within the said County with 
their and every of their appurtenances. 

Item I give and bequeath unto my youngest daughter Anne the suirie of five 
hundred pounds of lawfull english money to bee paid unto her when shee shall 
accomplish her full age of one and Twenty yeares or within one yeare next after her 
said \_sic\ at the furthest. And for the better performance hereof All that my Farme 
called Pidmaston Carpenters lyinge within the said S' Johns Parishe which I 
purchased of one Thomas Jones of the Citty of Worcester Vintner (except those two 
parcells of Land called Cutte Mille Hills And all those foure parcells of pasture 
ground called by the name of Pidmaston grounds (which I purchased of one 
Humphrey Longmore of the said Citty of Worcester Habberdasher and adjoyning 
to my Orchard I give and bequeath unto my said daughter and her heires for ever. 
Provided alwayes neverthelesse and uppon Condition That if my eldest sonne 
Robert and his heires or either of them doe and shall pay or cause to bee paied unto 
my said daughter at or in my now dwelling house called Bouleton as aforesaid the 
said sume of Five hundred pounds within one yeare next after my said daughter 
shall come to her said age of one and twenty yeares That then the said devise of 
the said Lands and premisses to my said daughter and her heires shall bee void. 
And then my said sonne Robert and his heires shall hold and enjoy All the said 
Lands and premisses soe devised to his said Sister. Item I give and bequeath unto 
the said Mary my Wellbeloved Wife the aforesaid two parcells of Land called Cutte 
Mille Hills for tearme of her life. 

Item I give and bequeath unto my said Wife All my Goods and Household 
Stuffe which shall bee within my said dwelling house att Bouleton aforesaid at the 
time of my decease And all the rest of my goodf and Chattells unbequeathed (my 
debts and Legacies being paied and my Funerall charges discharged I give and 
bequeath unto my said eldest \sk] Robert whome I doe hereby constitute and 

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Gower. ordaine the sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament And I doe hereby 

[Vol. 15, p. 38.1 revoake All former Wills and bequeasts by mee made and ordained And I will that 
none shall stand but this my last Will and Testament. 

In Witnesse whereof I the said Abell Gower have hereunto sett my hand and 
seale the day and yeare first above written Abell Gower. 

Signed sealed and published to bee the last Will and Testament of mee the said 
Abell Gower in the presence of us Danvers Hodges John Gunn Mary Gunn. 
[Proved 2 March 1670 by the executor.] 

{P.C.C. 36 Duke) 



In the Name of God Amen the three and twt-ntieth day of March Anno Dni 
One Thousand Six Hundred Eighty Foure. I Robert Gower of Kinlett in the 
County of Salopp Esq'' being sick in body but of good and perfect memory thanks 
bee given to Allmighty God doe make and declare this my Last will and testament 
in manner and forme following that is to say first I give and bequeath my Soule 
into the hands of my blessed Saviour and redeemer Jesus Christ who redeemed the 
same with his most pretious blood and my body to the earth from whence it came 
and to bee buried in the South Chancell neare my Father in S' Johns Church in 
the County of Worcester. 

Item I give and bequeath unto my two youngest Children (vizt) Ann Mary 
Gower and William Gower the sufne of Five hundred pounds apeice for which I 
charge all my Lands and tenements in Sandford ats Solford in the County of 
Worcester and now in the possession of one Thomas Bird but my will and desire is 
that in the first place all my Just debts shall bee paid out of the same and that if 
Abell my Eldest sonn shall accomplish the age of one and twenty yeares and three 
moneths and shall pay all my Just debts and Legacies as aforesaid that then the said 
Abell my Sonne to have the Estate aforesaid and in case my said sonn Abell shall 
refuse to pay the same that then my will is that the said Estate shall bee sould by 
my Executrix and the overseers of this my last Will hereafter named and my will is 
in case my sonn Abell shall dye before he accomplish the age of one and twenty 
yeares and three months as aforesaid then my will is that my said Sonn William 
shall have and enjoy the Estate as aforesaid paying my Just debts as aforesaid and 
Five hundred pounds to his sister Ann Mary as aforesaid and I doe hereby 
nominal and appoint my deare and well beloved Katherine my now wife Sole 
Executrix of this my Last will and testament and also my Brother in Law Thomas 
Childe Esq'' and William Gower Esq'' my owne Brother trustees to assist my said 
deare wife and to see this my Last will performed in every particular Robert Gower. 

Signed sealed and published in the sight and presence of us William Ball the 
marke of Samuell Joanes Henry Ford. 

[Proved 28 May 1690 by the executrix.] {F.C.C. jo Dyke) 



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KiUuTt ihmn,l)au (OiiUut. 



INDEX. 



INDEX. 



Abarrow, Dame Audrey, loo ; Elizabeth, 

100 ; Sir William, loo. 
Abell, Alice, 12S. 
Abercorn, James, Earl of, 155. 
Adams, Ursula, 164; William, 164. 
Adamson, Rev. Christopher, 37 ; Jane, 37. 
Adderley, Mercy, 130; Thomas, 130. 
Adyes, William, 175. 
Alchorne, Sarah, 46. 
Aldam, Isabella, 143 ; Thomas, 143. 
Alderforde, John, 176. 
Alexander, Alice, 46. 

Allen, Betty Upton, 117! Elizabeth, 50, 
51; John, 50, 51; Rev. John, 117; 
Mary, 50. 
AUeon, Jean Benoit, 107; Marie, 107. 
Alleyn, Sir Edward, Bt., 23 ; Dame 

EHzabeth, 23 ; Mary, 23. 
AUis, Anna, 162 ; John, 162 ; Martha, 

162. 
Allman, Ephraim, 92 ; Mary, 92. 
Allnutt, Mary, 16S. 
Allotte, Louise, i. 
Almey, Anne, 130; Elizabeth, 130; John, 

130; Mary, 130; William, 130. 
Amies, Susannah, 95. 
Amphlett, Anne, 24 ; Eliz.ibeth, 24 ; 

Richard, 24. 
Anderson, Eleanor, 100; Richard, 100. 
Anderton, Anne, 42 ; James, 42. 
Angle, Nathaniel, 2 ; Sarah, 2. 
Anglesey, James, Earl of, 154; Katherine, 

Countess of, 154. 
Annesley, James, Earl of Anglesey, 154; 

Katherine, Countess of Anglesey, 1 54. 
Archer, Andrew, Lord, 29 ; Elizabeth, 
77 ; John, 77 ; Mary, 77 : Other, Earl 
of Plymouth, 2g ; Hon''" Sarah, 29. 
Archerde, — , I74. i75- 
Armiger, Sarah, 58. 
Arrowsmith, Elizabeth, 90 ; John, 90. 
Arscott, Anne, 125 ; Frances, 125 ; John, 

125 ; Prudence, 125. 
Asbury, Elizabeth, 141. 
Ashton, Benjamin, 41 ; Christian, 41. 
Askewe, John, 176. 

Assheton, Anne, 45 ; Dorothy, 42 ; Dame 
Eleanor, 42 ; Jane, 41 ; John, 45 ; 
Radcliffe, 41 ; Sir Ralph, Bt., 42. 
Atcherley, Ann, 148; Roger, 148. 



Atlay, Anne, 93 ; Rev. Charles, 94 ; 
Dorothy, 93 ; Elizabeth, 93, 94 ; Eliza- 
beth Rayner, 94 ; Emma, 94 ; Hannah, 
93 ; Rev. Henry, 94 ; Jane, 93 ; John, 
93 ; Mar)', 93, 94 ; Rachel, 93 ; Rev. 
Richard, 94 ; Robert, 93, 94 ; Sarah, 94 ; 
Thomas, 93. 

Attwood, Anne, 164 ; Henry, 170 ; John, 
164 ; Mary, 170. 

Aubert, Antoine, 108 ; Louise Claudine, 
108. 

Avery, Ann, 113 ; Robert, 113. 

Aylesbury, Dame Anne, 123 ; Sir Thomas, 
Bt., 123. 

Aylesford, Augusta Sophia, Countess ot, 
159 ; Heneage, Earl of, 1 59. 

Ayre, Anne, 63 ; Thomas, 63. 

Ayrey, Dorothy, 128 ; John, 128. 

Bacon, Sir Edmund, Bt., 61 ; Elizabeth, 
61 ; Dame Elizabeth, 61. 

Baddeley, James, 86 ; Maria Susanna, 86. 

Baker, Frances, 128; John, 128; Maria, 
50 ; Thomas, 50. 

Balchin, Elizabeth, 4 ; John, 4. 

Ball, William, 180. 

Bangor, Rt. Rev. Henry William Majendie, 
Bishop of, 35. 

Banks, Theodora, 1 27. 

Barber, Anne, 62 ; Captain, 90 ; Margaret, 
90 ; Robert, 62. 

Bardolfe, Edmund, 164; Elizabeth, 164. 

Barker, AUce, 56 ; Dorothy, 24 ; Elizabeth, 
4 ; Francis, 56 ; James, 24. 

Barlow, Anne Frances, 146 ; Caroline 
Rebecca, 146 ; Elizabeth, 145 ; Dame 
Elizabeth, 146 ; Elizabeth Anne, 145 ; 
Elizabeth Emma, 14S ; Frances Char- 
lotte Hilare, 146 ; Sir George Hilaro, 
Bt., 146; Harriet, 146; Harriet Hilare, 
146 ; Hilare, 145 ; Hugh, 145 ; John, 
145 ; Louisa, 146 ; Martha, 145 ; 
Admiral Sir Robert, 145 : Robert Pratt, 
145 ; Samuel, 146 ; Thomas, 145 ; 
Rev. Thomas William, 146 ; William, 
145, 146. 

Barns, Elizabeth, 130; Thomas, 130. 
Barrington, Dame Anna Maria, 76 ; Dame 
Bridget, 76 ; Sir Charles, Bt., 76. 

'83 



Barry, Alice, 68-70 ; Anne, 69 ; Catharine, 
70; Charles, 70, 71 ; Charles William, 
71 ; Charlotte, 71 ; Christabel, 68 ; 
Claro, 68, 69 ; Deborah, 70 ; Elizabeth, 

68 - 70 ; Fanny, 7 1 ; Frances, 69, 70 ; 
Francis, 68, 69, 71; Rev. Francis, 70; 
Gawyn, 68; Henry, 68, 69, 71 j Joan, 

69 ; John, 71 ; Katherine, 68, 69; 
Margaret, 70, 71; Martha, 69; Mary, 
69 ; Mary Lawe, 71 ; Peggy, 71 ; Phtebe, 
71; Ralph, 69; Richard, 69; Robert, 
68 ; Sarah, 70, 71 ; Walter, 68, 70, 71 ; 
Walter Edward, 70; William, 68-70. 

Barton, Fleetwood, 40 ; Margery, 40 ; 

Richard, 40 ; Robert, 40. 
Bate, Sarah, 142. 
Bates, Ann, 79 ; Isabella Jane, 80 ; Ralph, 

80 ; Robert, 79. 
Bathurst, Charlotte Laura, 115; William, 

115. 
Batt, Elizabeth, 47 ; Hackett, 47. 
Baulacre, Marie, 108 ; Rene, loS. 
Baynton, Lady Ann, 155: Henry, 155. 
Beaufort, Henry, Duke of, 151. 
Bedford, Catherine, 120; Francis, Earl of, 

151 ; Rev. John, 120. 
Bedingfield, Cornelius, 30 ; Sarah, 30. 
Belasyse, Hon^"'^ Frances, 14 ; Thomas, 

Viscount Fauconberg, 14. 
Bellasis, Edward, 118. 
Belin, Ester, 2 ; Jean, 2 ; Marie, 2. 
Bellingham, Dorothy, 42 ; James, 42. 
Belton, John, 5 ; Ruth, 5. 
Benn, Anthony, 36 ; Margaret, 36 ; Mary, 

36. 
Bennett, John, 121 ; Mary, 121. 
Bent, John, 128; Mary, 128. 
Bentinck, Lady Barbara, 77 ; Lord Edward 

Charles Cavendish, 8 ; Lady Elizabeth, 

8; Harriet Elizabeth, 8'; William, 

Duke of Portland, 8 ; William, Earl of 

Portland, 77. 
Beresford, Catharine, 8 ; Charlotte Mary 

de la Poer, 19; Frances, 19; Rt. Rev. 

George de la Poer, Bishop of Kilmore, 

Elphin and Ardagh, 19 ; Rt. Hon'''' 

John, 8. 
Bertrand, Antoine, 108 ; Henriette, 108 ; 

Madelaine, loS. 
Bessborough, Caroline, Countess of, 77 ; 

William, Earl of, 77. 
Bevis, Henry Joseph, 116 ; Jane, 116. 
Biberstein, Anna Elisabeth, 109. 
Bicker, Agnes Marguerite, 109. 
Bird, Anne, 23 ; John, 57 ; Katherine, 22 ; 

Martha, 57 ; Peter, 23 ; Robert, 22 ; 

Thomas, 180. 
Bishop, Elizabeth, 65 ; William, 65. 
Blackall, Anne, 131 ; John, 131 ; Mary, 

131 ; Robert, 131. 
Blackbourne, Blanche, 153; John, 153. 
Blackford, Christabel, 68 ; Daniel, 68. 
Blackley, Barbara, 171 ; Captain, R.N., 

171. 
Blackwell, Sarah, 48 j William, 48. 



Blackwood, Job, 43 ; Mary, 43. 

Blake, Anna .Maria, 43 ; Elizabeth, 102 ; 

Joseph, 102 ; Valentine, 43. 
Bland, John, 53 ; Mary, 53 ; Thomasine, 

S3- 

Blick, Abraham, 104 ; Elizabeth, 104. 

Blount, Anne, 122; Robert, 122. 

Blunt, Joseph, 96; Mary, 96; Richard, 96; 
Sarah, 96 ; Thomas, 175. 

Blyth, Elizabeth Mary, 60 ; Henry, 60 ; 
Sarah, 04 ; Thomas, 64. 

Bobbin, Martha, 58. 

Bockett, Ann Frances, 146 ; John, 146. 

Boddington, Harriet Anne, 19 ; John, 19. 

Bodington, Agnes, 105, 106 ; Alice, 106 ; 
Anne, 103, 105, 106 ; Charles Joseph, 
105; Ehzabeth, 103-106; Ellen, 105; 
Esther, 103, 104; George, 103-105; 
Hannah, 104 ; Isabel, 103, 106 ; James, 
104; Joan, 103, 106; John, 104-106; 
John Henry, 105 ; Jonathan, 106 ; 
Joseph, 105 ; Lucy, 103 ; Margaret, 
104 ; Margery, 103 ; Martha, 103, 106 ; 
Mary, 103-106; Nicholas, 103; Sarah, 
103-106; Susannah, 103; Thomas, 103, 
104, 106 ; William, 105, 106. 

Boiling, John, 83 ; Mary, 83. 

Bolton, Ahce, 55, 56 ; Anne, 55-57, 59 ; 
Dame Catherine, 59 ; Daniel, 59 ; 
Edmund, 56, 58 ; Edward, 56 ; Eliza- 
beth, 57, 58 ; Elizabeth Mary, 60 ; 
Ellen Catherine, 60 ; Emily, 60 ; Emma 
Horatia, 60 ; Rev. Horatio, 60 ; Jane, 
59 ; Joan, 56 ; Jolin, 58 ; Rev. John, 
56; "jo.sias, 57; Katherine, 55; Mar- 
garet, 59 ; Margery, 56 ; Martha, 57-59 ; 
Mary, 55-59 ; Slary Anne, 60 ; Rachel, 
59 ; Rebecca, 59 ; Robert, 55 ; Samuel, 

56, 57 ; Sarah, 58 ; Susan, 59 ; Susannah, 
58 ; Thomas, 55, 56, 58 ; Rev. Thom.is, 

57, 58 ; William, 55, 56 ; Captain Sir 
William, R.N., 59; Rev. William, 58; 
Wiseman, 55 ; — , 95. 

Bonham, Charlotte Elizabeth, 86 ; Henry, 

86. 
Booth, Elizabeth, 25 ; John, 25. 
Boothe, Amy, 87 ; Thomas, 87. 
Bosvile, Maiy, 151 ; Ralph, 151. 
Boswell, Andrew, 168; Ehzabeth, 168; 

Sarah, 1 68. 
Boteler, Elizabeth, 85 ; Elizabeth Crane, 

61 ; Sir John, 61 ; PhiUp, 61 ; Thomas, 

S5- 
Botling, Sarah, 84. 
Boudinot, Ester, 2 ; Jean, 2. 
le BouUenger, Abraham, 108 ; Anne, 108 ; 

Sara, 108. 
Bourne, John, 97 ; Mary, 97. 
Boursin, Marie Madeleine, i. 
Bowen, Bridget, 173 ; Rev. E., 172 ; 

Letitia, 172. 
Bower, Buckley, 135; Frances, 135. 
Bowling, Mary, 82. 

Bradley, Jane, 19; Admiral William, 19. 
Bramble, Deborah, 49 ; Joshua, 49. 



184 



Brassey, Brassie or Bressie, Alice, 87-89 ; 
Ambrose, go ; Amy, 87, 88 ; Anne, 88 : 
Benjamin, 91, 92 : Bruce, 92 ; Edmund, 
i>8 ; Edward, 87-S9 ; Eleanor, 87, 88 ; 
Elizabeth, 87, 88, 90-92; Ellen, 89; 
Esther, 91 ; Frances, 88, 89, 92 ; George, 
88, 91 ; Hugh, 88 ; James, 88 ; Jane, 
88, 89; John, 87, 91, 92; Margaret, 
87-91; Martha, 89; Mary, 87-92; 
Mary Elizabeth, 92 ; Peter, 87 ; Ralph, 
87-89; Handle, 87, 88; Richard, 

87, 90, gi ; Robert, 87, 90, 91 ; Sarah, 

88, 90, 92; Thomas, 87-91 ; William, 
88. 

Brearey, Christopher, 5 ; Mary, 5. 

Brennand, Esther, 140. 

Brent, Dorothy, 167 ; George, 167, 

Brereton, Christian, 23 ; Jane, 22 ; Sir 
William, 22. 

Brideoak, John, no; Mary, no. 

Bridgwater, John, Earl of, 156. 

Briggs, Frances Stace, 132 ; James, 132. 

Bromfield, Elizabeth, 122; Henry, 122. 

Bronte, Horatio, Duke of, 58. 

Brooke, Alexander, 138-140; Ambrose, 
90; Anne, Lady, 152; Catharine, Lady, 
151; Elizabeth, 135; Elizabeth, Lady, 
155 ; Francis, Lord, 151 : Fulke, Lord, 
150, 154, 155; Francis, Earl, 155; 
George, Earl, 157; George, Lord, 157; 
Hon**'*^ Georgiana, 157; Flenrietta, Coun- 
tess, 157 ; Sir Henry Richard, Earl, 157 ; 
Jane, 1 37 ; Margaret, 135, 137 ; Mary, 
139; Mary, Lady, 155; Richard, 139; 
Robert, Lord, 151, 152; Sarah, 90; 
Sarah, Lady, 154 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 
Countess, 157 ; Thomas, 135, 137 ; 
William, Lord, 155 ; see Greville and 
Warwick. 

Brown, Sarah, 141. 

Browning, Alice, TOT ; Jane, 95 ; John, 9^, 

lOI. 

Brownlow, Alice, 156 ; Sir John, Bt., 156. 
Brownrigg, Mary, 38 : William, 38. 
Bruce, Mary, 92 ; Richard, 92. 
Brudenell, Elizabeth, 73 ; Sir Thomas, 73. 
Brucn, Katherine, 22, 23 ; Ralph, 23 ; 

Richard, 22. 
Brunt, Elizabeth, 139 ; John, 139. 
Brydges, Hon'''" Catherine, 151 ; Giles, 

Lord Chandos, 151 ; Mary, 162 ; William, 

162. 
Buckingham, Catherine, Duchess of, 154 ; 

Edward, Duke of, 150; John, Duke of, 

154; Katherine, Duchess of, 154. 
Buckston, Rev. George, 9 ; Sarah 

Georgina, 9. 
de Bude, Agnes Marguerite, 109 ; Anne, 

109 ; Jaques Louis, 109. 
Budle, Catherine, 65 ; WiUiam, 65. 
Buisson, Marie, 107. 
Bulkeley, Elizabeth, 87 ; Randle, 87 ; 

Thomas, 87. 
Bulteel, Elizabeth, 32 ; Samuel, 32. 
Burgis, Amy, 52 ; John, 52. 



Burlie, John, 178. 

Burnard, Caroline, 161 ; Flora Anne, 160; 

Mary Anne, n8 ; Richard, 118, 
Burrow, Anne, 160 ; Marianne, 160 ; 

William, 160. 
Bury, John, 128; Mary, 128. 
Bushe, Frances, 19 ; Gervase Parker, 19. 
Bust, Ann, 79 : William, 79. 
Butcher, Hilare, 145; Margaret, 46; 

Robert, 145. 
Butler, Edmund, 139; Eliz^abeth, 139, 147; 

Jane, 139; .Susannah, 123. 
Buttanshaw, Ann, 52 ; Henry, 52. 
Bulterham, Margery, 56. 
Butterworth, Jane, 28 ; Thomas, 28. 
Byron, Sir John, 75 ; Dame Margaret, 75. 
Bysshe, Sir Edward, 119. 



Caille, Madelaine, 109 ; Paul, 109. 
Calveley, Alice, 22 ; Christian, 22 ; Sir 

Hugh, 22. 
Calvert, Elizabeth, 95 ; Felix, 95. 
Camp, David, 109 ; Theodora, 109. 
Cardonell, Adam, 20 ; Elizabeth, 20. 
Carew, Dame Elizabeth, 123 ; Dame 

Gratiana, 123; Sir Henry, Bt., 123; 

Dame Katharine, 123. 
Carey, Alice, 56 ; Mary, 55, 56 ; Thomas, 

56; William, 55, 56. 
Carleton, John, 59 ; Susan, 59. 
Carlisle, Barbara, 36 ; Lancelot, 36 ; 

Sara, 36. 
Carter, Anne, 128; Elizabeth, 64, 128; 

Jane, 59, 124; John, 64, 124; Maria, 

13 ; Mary, 128 ; Rev. Samuel, 128. 
Cartwright, Dorothy, 17 ; Elizabeth, 65 ; 

George, 17 ; Thomas, 65. 
Carveth, Anne, 124; John, 124. 
Caryll, Elizabeth, 123. 
Calhcart, Charles, Lord, 159 ; Jane, Lady, 

159- 
Cator, Louisa Frances, 19 ; Rev. Thomas, 

'9- 
Cattell, Mary, 105. 
Cattle, Anne, 93 ; Elizabeth, 94 ; James, 

93 ; William, 94. 
Cavendish, Lady Caroline, 77 ; William, 

Duke of Devonshire, 77. 
Chadwick, Mary, 85 ; Robert, 85. 
Chandos, Giles, Lord, 151. 
de Chapeaurouge, Ami, 107 ; Esther, 107 ; 

Marguerite, 107. 
Chapman, Anne, 30 ; Dorothy, 97 ; John, 

97- 

Chardell, William, 175. 

Charlton, Andrew, 22 ; Mary, 22. 

Chaunce, John, 178. 

Child, Joan, 48. 

Childe, Anne, 165 ; Dame Anne, 168 ; 
Catherine, 168; Elizabeth, 46; John, 
165; Thomas, 180; Sir William, 168. 

Chivers, Sarah, 144 ; Thomas, 144. 

Churchill, Louisa Augusta, 1 55 ; William, 
155- 



185 



Clarke, Charlotte, 34 ; Elizabeth Constance, 

44 ; N. C. 44 ; Sarah, 30. 
Clay, Sir Arthur Temple Felix, Bt. , 

96; Calvert, 95 ; Elizabeth, 95 ; Felix, 

95, 96 ; Frances, 95 ; Francis, 96 ; 

George, 95, 96 ; Hannah, 95 ; James, 

96 ; Jane, 95 ; Joanna, 96 ; John, 96 ; 
Judith, 96 ; Mary, 96 ; Peter, 96 ; Pru- 
dence, 95 ; Samuel, 95 ; Sarah, 96 ; 
Susannah, 95 ; Thomas, 95, 96; William, 

, 95 > 96- 

Clayton, Alice, 42 ; Christopher, 98 ; 
Dorothy, 97 ; Elizabeth, 97 ; George, 

97 ; John, 42 ; Margaret, 42, 166 ; 
Richard, 166 ; Susan, 98 ; — , 23. 

Clement, Joan, 129. 

Clements, Catharine, 8 ; Rt. Hon'''= Henry 

Theophilus, 8 ; Selina, 8. 
Clent, Anne, 178 ; Mary, 167 ; Rev. Thomas, 

178. 
Clerk, Henry, 41 ; Katherine, 41. 
Gierke, Elizabeth, 155 ; General Robert, 

155- 
Clies, John, 172 ; Margaretta, 172. 
Clifford, Hon'''^ Elizabeth, 123 ; Thomas, 

Lord, 123. 
Clive, Alice, 22-24; Ambrose, 23; Anne, 

23, 27, 28 ; Rev. Benjamin, 25, 26, 29 ; 
Catherine, 22, 26 ; Charlotte, 28 ; Lady 
Charlotte Florentia, 29 ; Charles, 28 ; 
Christian, 23 ; Dorothy, 23, 24 ; 
Edward, 25 ; Sir Edward, 25 ; Edward, 
Earl of Powis, 26 ; Elizabeth, 23, 24, 26, 
27, 29 ; Dame Elizabeth, 25 ; Elizabeth 
Clive, 29 ; Frances, 27, 28 ; George, 22, 

24, 26, 28 ; Sir George, 22 ; Hon"'' 
Harriet, 29 ; Lady Henrietta Antonia, 
28 ; Henrietta Antonia, Countess of 
Powis, 26 ; Henry, 28 ; Hester, 23 ; 
James, 22, 23 ; Jane, 22, 24, 27 ; 
Joshua, 22 ; Judith, 23, 26, 28 ; Dame 
Judith, 25 ; Katherine, 22, 23 ; Lewis, 
27 ; Margaret, 22, 29 ; Margaret, Lady, 
25 ; Margery, 23 ; Mary, 22 - 24, 26 ; 
Nathaniel, 25 ; Penelope, 27 ; Peter, 
22 ; Rachel, 23 ; Ralph, 24 ; Rebecca, 
22-26, 28 ; Richard, 22, 25, 27 ; Robert, 
23, 24, 27 ; Sir Robert, Lord, 25 ; 
Ven'>'= Robert, 26 ; Lieut. -Colonel 
Robert, 29 ; Hon'''" Robert Henry, 29 ; 
Rowland, 23; Sarah, 23, 25-28; Stephen, 
24 ; Dame Susan, 22 ; Susanna, 26 ; 
William, 29 ; see Herbert. 

Clonmell, Henrietta Louisa, Countess of, 

159 ; Thomas, Earl of, 159. 
Clot, Jaques, 107 ; Marie, 107. 
Clutterbuck, Rebecca, 102 ; Thomas, 102. 
Clynton, Thomas, 175. 
Coales, Rev. John, 82 ; Mary, 82. 
Cockburn, Hon'''' Mary, 45. 
Cocke, Alice, 56. 

Coffin, Katherine, 124 ; Richard, 124. 
Coghill, Elizabeth, 64 ; Faith, 76 ; Henry, 

64 ; Sir John, 76 ; Sarah, 64. 
Cokayne, G. E., 118. 



Coke, Dame Ann, 73 ; Sir Anthony, 73 ; 

Richard, 73. 
Collins, — , 141. 

Collyei, Elizabeth, 6 ; Lieut. -Colonel, 6. 
Columbier, Charlotte, 8. 
Comber, Charlotte, 126; Elizabeth, 126; 

Rev. Thomas, 126. 
Combey, John, 178. 

Comparet, Jean Antoine, 109 ; Marie, 109. 
Compton, Sir Henry, 14; Mary, 14. 
Coningsby, Fitzwilliam, 75 ; Dame 

Philippa, 75 ; Sir Thomas, 75. 
Conroy, Dame Elizabeth, 34 ; Sir John, 

Bt., 34. 
Conway, Sir Edward, 153 ; Edward, Earl 

of, 154 ; Dame Eleanor, 153 ; Sir John, 

153 ; Ursula, Countess of, 154. 
Conyers, Sir Christopher, Bt., 15; Eliza- 
beth, 15; Dame Julia, 15. 
Coo, Anne, 55 ; John, 55. 
Coode, Grace, 124; John, 124. 
Cookes, Anne, 24 ; Edward, 24. 
Cookson, Dorothy, 33 ; Elizabeth, 33 ; 

Mary, 33 ; Rev. William, 33. 
Coombe, Joan, 117; John, 116, 117; 

Theodosia, 116. 
Cooper, Dorothy, 33. 
Coote, Elizabeth, 126; Jane, 126, 127 ; 

John, 126, 127 ; Katherine, 126 ; Mary, 

127. 
Cope, Martha, 106 ; Thomas, 106. 
Copley, Christopher, 151 ; Mary, 151. 
de Coppet, George Tobie, Baron, 109 ; 

Marie Jeanne, Baroness, 109. 
Coppinger, Henry, 22 ; .Susan, 22. 
Corbet, Dame Elizabeth, 22 ; Margaret, 

22 ; Sir Richard, 22. 
Corker, Jane, 120 ; Robert, 120. 
Cornish, Elizabeth Caroline, 116 ; Frances, 

115 ; Robert, 115, 116. 
Cornwall, Cornewall, Elizabeth Eleanora, 

no; John, no; Richard, 175; Susanna, 

no. 
Comwallis, Elizabeth, 14 ; Dame Lucy, 

14 ; .Sir William, 14. 
Cossins, Betty Upton, 117 ; Roger, 117. 
Cottingham, Christian, 22 ; Thomas, 22. 
Cottington, Elizabeth, 15 ; Francis, 15. 
Cotton, Amelia, 149 ; Elizabeth, 8, 16 ; 

Very Rev. George, 35 ; Very Rev. James 

Henry, 35; Hugh, 178; Joseph, 149; 

Louisa Margaret, 21 ; Lieut. -Colonel 

Lynch, 21 ; Mary Ann, 35 ; Mary 

Laurens, 35 ; Richard, 16 ; William, 8. 
Coulthard, Frances Charlotte Hilare, 146 ; 

Thomas, 146. 
Cox, Coxe, AHce, 42; George, 42; — , 100. 
Covney, Helen, 166 ; John, 166 ; Sampson, 

166. 
Crabbe, Frances, 125 ; John, 125. 
Crakeplace, Christian, 36. 
Crane, Elizabeth, 61 ; Sir Robert, Bt., 

61. 
Cremer, Anne, 74 ; Edmund, 74 ; Sir John, 

74- 



186 



Crespigny, Augusta Charlotte, m ; 

Thomas Champion, III. 
Cresswell, Elizabeth, 24 ; Jane, 24 ; John, 24. 
Crewe, Elizabeth, 44; John, 44. 
Crisp, Crispc, Anna, 31 ; Anne, 30; 

Elizabeth, 30, 31 ; Frederick Arthur, 31 ; 

Hannah, 31; John, 30; Mary, 31; 

Robert, 31 ; Samuel, 30 ; Sarah, 30 ; 

Susannah, 31 ; Thomas, 30, 31. 
Cromer, Barbara, 14 ; William, 14. 
Crosby, Bridget, 122. 
Croxall, Avarilla, 132 ; Edward, 132. 
Cumberland, Elizabeth. S ; Richard, 8. 
CunlitTe, Anne, St -S3: Avarilla, 132; 

Christabel, 81 ; Elizabeth, 81, 82 ; Ellis, 

81-83 ; Harriet, $2 ; Isabel, 81 ; John, 

81-83 ; Lister, 83 ; Margaret, 81 ; Mary, 

81-83; Nicholas, 81, 83; Phccbe, 83; 

Ruth, 82 ; Sophia, 83 ; Thomas Lister 

Thompson, S3 ; William, 82. 
Cunliffe- Lister-Kay, Eliza, 82; Ellis, 82. 
Curtis, Alice, 55 ; John, 55. 
Curwen, Henry, 36 ; Mary, 36. 



Dakin, Ann, 118; Thomas, iiS. 
Dalton, John, 33 ; Mary Sullivan, 33. 
Darby, Emma, 86. 

Darcy, Lady Elizabeth, 15; Frances, 6; 
Sir Thomas, Bt. , 6 ; Thomas, Earl Rivers, 

15- 
Darell, Alice, 122; Anne, 120, 122-125; 

Dame Anne, 122 ; Barbara, 122 ; Dame 

Bridget, 122; Catherine, 124; Edward, 

122, 123 ; Elizabeth, 122-125 : Frances, 

123-125; Francis, 124; Gratiana, 123 ; 

George, 123 ; Henry, 120, 123: John, 122 ; 

Marmaduke, 122, 123 ; Mary, 122-124 ! 

Sarah, 123 ; Thomas, 122, 123 ; Sir 

Thomas, 122; William, 123-125; see 

Stephens and Trelawny. 
Dart, Katherine, lot. 
I Dashvvood, Alice, 154 ; Anne, 156 ; 

Francis, 154 ; Sir James, Bt., 156 ; 

Sarah, 154. 
Davenant, Anne, 61 ; Catherine, 61 ; Rev. 

Edward, 6i. 
Davenport, Jane, 139; Richard, 139. 
Davies, Elizabeth, 91 ; John, 91. 
Davis, Ann, 79 ; Edward, 79 ; — , 17S. 
Davison, Elizabeth, 64; Mary Ann, 113; 

Musgrave, 64. 
Dawes, Elizabeth, 6 ; Dame Frances, 6 ; 

Helen, 166; John, 166; Sarah, 84; 

Thomas, 84 ; Most Rev. Sir William, 

Bt., Archbishop of York, 6. 
Dawson, Elizabeth, 64; Gilbert, 64; Mary, 

79 ; Rev. Thomas, 79. 
Daxon, John, 89 ; Margaret, 89. 
Dayrell, Frances, 124 ; Richard, 124. 
Deadman, Elizabeth, 170. 
Deane, Rosamund Amelia, 45. 
Deey, Jane, 37 ; Robert, 37 ; Wilhelmina 

Charlolta, 37. 



De la Warr, Thomas, Lord, 78. 
Deloraine, Henry, Earl of, 157. 
Delves, Dame Christian, 73 ; Sir George, 

73- 
Deneria, Ami, 107 ; Susanne, 107. 
Dcnman, Anne, 122, 123 ; Barbara, 122 ; 

Rev. Francis, 122, 123. 
Denny, Sir Anthony, 152 ; Elizabeth, 15^ ; 

Henry, 152. 
Dent, Lsabella, 143 ; John, 143 ; Mary, 

143- 
Denton, Joan, 150; John, 150. 
Derry, Mary, 117; Richard, 117. 
Desaguliers, Anne, 43 ; Mary, 43 ; General 

Thomas, 43. 
Devereux, Elizabeth, 22 ; Walter, Lord 

Ferrers, 22. 
Devonshire, William, Duke of, 77. 
Dickens, George, 93 ; Jane, 93. 
Dickson, Anne, 21 ; William, 21. 
de Diesbach, Bernard, 109 ; Judith, 109. 
Dobbins, Elizabeth, 130. 
Dodd, Mabel, 2 ; Sarah, 92 ; Thomas, 2, 

92. 
Dodington, Ann, 152 ; John, 152. 
Donkley, lane, 171 ; Captain John, R.N., 

171. 
Doughty, Ehzabeth, 79. 
Dover, George, 6 ; Hannah, 6. 
Downes, Lydia, 2 ; Margaret, 2 ; Shafto, 2. 
Dowson, Elizabeth, 30. 
Doyle, Diana Elizabeth, 9 ; Major-General 

Sir Francis Hastings, Bt., 9. 
Draper, Elizabeth, 105 ; Robert, 105. 
Ducarel, Adrian Coltee, 85 ; Marie Coltee, 

85 ; Marquis, 85. 
Dunch, Edmund, 75 ; Elizabeth, 75. 
Duncomb, Elizabeth, 145 ; Robert, 145. 
Dundas, Charlotte, Lady, 76 ; Sir Thomas, 

Lord, 76. 
Dunning, Elizabeth, 113 ; John, 113. 
Dutton, Edward, 87 ; Eleanor, 87. 
Dyer, Dame Mary, 74 ; Sir Richard, 74 ; 

Sir William, 74. 
Dyke, Alice, 148 ; Richard, 148. 
Dykes, Mary, 57 ; Philip, 57. 
Dynham, Jane, 72. 



Edmeades, Alice, 46-48; Amy, 49, 51, 
52 ; Anne, 4O, 49, 50, 52 ; Ann Maria, 
52 ; Deborah, 49 ; Dorothy, 49, 52 ; 
Elizabeth, 46-48, 50, 51; Elizabeth 
Allen, 51; Emma, 50; Harriet, 52; 
Henrietta Helen, 52 ; Henry, 46, 48-51 ; 
James, 47, 48, 52 ; Jane, 51, 52 ; 
Jeremy, 48 ; Joan, 47-49 ; John, 46, 
49> 5° ! Judith, 48; Louisa, 50; 
Margaret, 46 ; Maria, 50 ; Mary, 46, 
49-52; Philip, 52; Rachel, 48, 51; 
Robert, 47-49, 52 ; .Sarah, 46, 48, 51 ; 
Sarah Elizabeth, 52 ; Susan, 47, 48 ; 
Susanna, 48; Thomas, 46, 47, 49, 51, 
52 ; William. 46-49, 51, 52. 



187 



Edwards, Anna, 31; Elizabeth, 139; 

Helen, 129 ; John, 31, 129 ; Thomas, 139. 
Eedes, Margaret, 168 ; Very Rev. Richard, 

1 68. 
Egerton, Hon""^ Charles, 156 ; John, Earl 

of Bridgwater, 156; Hon'"'' Katherine, 

156. 
Elford, Joanna, 3; Rachel, II. 
Elkes, Rev. Sir Thomas, 174. 
Ellerton, Henrietta Barbara, 20 ; John 

Lodge, 20. 
Ellicombe, Margaret, 114; Robert, 114; 

Theodocia, 114. 
Ellington, Ann, 133; John, 133. 
Elliot, Sarah Eliza, 114; William, 114. 
Ellis, Harriet, 82 ; John, 82. 
Ellison, Elizabeth, 85 ; Henrietta, 85 ; 

Henry, 85. 
Emes, Mary, 96. 
Engley, Sarah, 163. 

English, Bernard, 2 ; Esther, 2 ; Mabel, 2. 
Ktkyn, Barbara, 167. 
Ettricke, Andrew, 62 ; Anne, 61-63, 66 

Anthony, 61, 63, 64, 66, 67; Catherine, 

65 ; Dorothy, 66 ; Edward, 62, 64 
Elizabeth, 61-66; Elizabeth Crane, 61 
Frances, 61 ; Francis, 64 ; Giles, 62 
Helen, 65 ; Henry, 65 ; Isabella, 64 

66 ; Jane, 64 ; Joan, 62 ; John, 65 
Judith, 66 ; Langley, 66 ; Lucy, 62, 63 
Margaret, 63, 65 ; Mary, 64, 66 ; Maud, 

61 ; Penelope, 62, 64 ; Philippa, 65 
Rachel, 62, 66 ; Ralph, 66 ; Robert, 

62 ; Sarah, 64 ; Walter, 63-66 ; WiUiam, 
61-65 : Rev. William, 65. 

Evans, Esther, 91 : Fanny, 142 ; John, 91. 
Evison, Frances, 92 ; Thomas, 92. 
Ewbank, Mary, 82 ; William, 82 ; see 
Kay. 



Fabri, Anne, 109 ; Elisabeth, 109 ; Isaac, 
109 ; Marc Conrad, IC59. 

Fairfax, Elizabeth, 96. 

Farley, Rev. Henry, 137. 

Farnworth, Elizabeth, 143. 

Farrant, Elizabeth, 50, 51 ; William, 50, 51. 

Farrar, Alice Caroline, 117; Francis, 117. 

Fauconberg, Thomas, Viscount, 14. 

Favell, George, 173; Sarah, 173. 

Fawkoner, Elizabeth, 103 ; Thomas, 103. 

Fellen, Gabriel, 136; Margaret, 136. 

Fenton, Dorothy, 139; Elizabeth, 139; 
James, 139. 

Ferrers, Walter, Lord, 22. 

Field, Elizabeth, 106 ; John, 166. 

Filby, Martha, 57 ; Thomas, 57. 

Finch, Augusta Sophia, Countess of Ayles- 
ford, 159; Daniel, Earl of Winchelsea 
and Nottingham, 76 ; Heneage, Earl of 
Aylesford, 159; Lady Mary, 76. 

Fisher, Anne Hawes, 35 ; iVIajor-General 
Benjamin, 34; Charlotte, 34; Dorothea, 
32; Edward, 32; Elizabeth, 32-35; 
Elizabeth Anne Dorothea, 35 ; Elizabeth 



I'arish, 35 ; Frances, 33 ; Rev. George 

Ingram, 34 ; Major-General Sir George 
Bulteel, 35; Harriet Pitts, 34; James, 
34; Jane, 33; Rev. John, 32; Ven'''' 
John, 33 ; Rt. Rev. John, Bishop of 
Salisbury, 32 ; Veni*'' Jonathan Parker, 
34 : Mary, 33, 34 ; Mary Harley, 33 ; 
Mary Laurens, 35 ; Mary Sullivan, 33 ; 
Rev. Philip, 33 ; Rev. Philip Scott, 33 ; 
Philip Manly, 34 ; Richard Bernard, 34 ; 
Samuel, 34; Thomas, 34; Rev. William, 

33- 
Htzgerald, Charlotte, 8; Lucy, 37; Robert 

Edward, 8. 
Fitzwilliam, Alice, 78 ; Lady Anna Maria, 

76 ; Anne, 73, 75 ; Dame Anne, 72, 78; 
Lady Anne, 76, 77 ; Anne, Countess, 
74-76; Bartholomew, 73; Br)'an, 73; 
Catharine, 75; Catharine, Lady, 73 ; 
Lady Catherine, 75; Charles, 75; Hon*"'' 
Charles, 74 ; Lady Charlotte, 76 ; Chris- 
tian, 73 ; Christopher, 78 ; Lady Dorothy, 
78 ; Eleanor, 72, 78 ; Dame Eleanor, 72 ; 
Elizabeth, 72-74, 78 ; Lady Elizabeth, 

77 ; Lady Emilia Maria, 78; Ferdinando, 
75; Frances, 76: Lady Frances, 75, 
78; Francis, 78; Hon'''= George, 75, 78, 
Lady Henrietta, 78 ; Jane, 76 ; Dame 
Jane, 72, 78 ; Lady Jane, 76 ; Jane, 
Lady, 74 ; John, 72-74 ; Sir John, 72 ; 
John, Earl, 75 ; Margaret, 75 ; Mary, 
74, 78 ; Lady Mary, 76, 77 ; Dame 
Mildred, 72, 78 ; Philippa, 75 ; Lady 
Rachel, 70 ; Richard, 72, 73 ; Thomas, 
74, 78 ; Walter, 74 ; William, 74 ; Sir 
WiUiam, 72, 78; William, Lord, 73, 74; 
William, Earl, 74, 76 ; Winifred, 72, 74 ; 
see Wentworth-Fitzwilliam. 

Flemming, Harriet, 146 ; John, 146. 
Fletcher, Alfred, 10 ; Caleb, 10. 
Floyer, John, 26 ; Susanna, 26. 
Folds, Jane, 37 ; Rev. William, 37. 
Foley, Emma Horatia, 60 ; Henry Franklin, 

60. 
Foljambe, Anne, 20; Francis Ferrand, 20; 

Mary Arabella, 20 ; Thomas, 20 ; see 

Moore. 
Folliot, Barbara, 164 ; John, 164. 
Fonnereau, Mary, no; Mary Anne, no; 

Philip, no. 
Ford, Bridget, 171 ; Elizabeth, 145; Henr)', 

180 ; William, 145. 
Forester, Lord, 45. 
F'orster, Andrew, 100 ; Audrey, 100. 
Fortnam, Elizabeth, 136; Richard, 136 
Fowler, Elizabeth, 144; John, 144; Sarah, 

144. 
Franc, Francois, 107 ; Susanne, 107. 
Francis, Elizabeth, 74 ; Richard, 74. 
Frankland, Lady Anne, 20 ; Elizabeth, 20 ; 

Frederick, 20 ; Sir Thomas, Bt. , 20. 
French, Hugh, 66 ; Judith, 66. 
Frere, Dorothy, 53 ; John, 53. 
Freston-Scrivener, Dorothea, 32 ; John, 32 ; 

see Scrivener. 



188 



Friend, Caroline, 127; George, 127. 
Fryer, Elizabeth, lib; John Herbert, n6. 
Furnivall, Anthony, 88 ; Elizabeth, 88. 
Fytclie, Elizabeth, 98 ; Martha, 98 ; Rev. 
Steplien, 9S. 



Gainsborough, Catherine, Countess of, 154; 
Wriothesley Baptist, Earl of, 154. 

Galloway, Anno, Countess of, 156; John, 
Earl of, 156. 

Gaman, Mary, 91 ; William, 91. 

Gapper, Harriet Pitts, 34. 

Garlies, Charlotte Mary, Lady, 156. 

Garrard, Alice, 100 ; Silvester, 100. 

Garrett, Elizabeth Anne, 145 ; Sarah, 103 ; 
WiUiani, 145. 

Gascoigne, Dame Mary, 44 ; Sir Thomas, 
Bt., 44. 

Gaskell, Nathaniel, 25, 28 ; Rebecca, 25 ; 
Sarah, 28. 

de Gaspard, Anne, 107 ; Eranc;oise, 107 ; 
GillauiTie, 107. 

Geater, Elizabeth, 58. 

Gerard, Margaret, 40 ; Sir Thomas, 40. 

Gervais, Jeanne, 107 ; Noel, 107. 

Gidley, Alice Caroline, 117; Alice Jean, 
117; Ann, 113-115, 117, 118; Bartholo- 
mew, II 2- 114, 116-119; Bartholomew 
Courtenay, 117; Betty Upton, 117; 
Catherine, 117, 118; Cecilia, 114; 
Charlotte, 117 ; Charlotte Frances, 117 ; 
Charlotte Laura, 115; Courtenay, 115; 
Dorothea, 115; Dorothy, 112; Edmund, 
115; Edward, 116; Elizabeth, 113, 114, 
116; Elizabeth Caroline, 116; Elizabeth 
Hathway, 117; Eutricia, 117; Fanny, 
117; Fanny Jane, 118; Frances, 115, 
116, 118; George, 112, 113, 117; Gus- 
tavus, 113-118; Harriett Lewis, 117, 118; 
Helen, 118; Henry Pacifcr, 116; Isotta, 
115; Jane, 114-116; Jasper Mauduit, 
114; Joan, 112, 114, 115, 117; John, 
II3-I17, 119; Katherine. 113; Lewis, 
115; Rev. Lewis, 115; Lilian Mary, 117; 
Mabel Frances, 117; Madeline Gordon, 
117; Margaret, 114, 115; Margaret 
Courtenay, 1 15 ; Margaret EUicombe, 1 18; 
Margaret Gordon, 118; Maria, 118; 
Marianne Cornish, 115: Mary, 113, 114, 
116, 117; Mary Ann, 113, 118; Mary 
Northleigh, 118; Northleigh Bartholo- 
mew, 117; Peggy, 116; Rebecca, 113, 
116; Richard, 112; Robert, 114, 115; 
Robert Bartholomew, 117 ; Robert 
Courtenay, 115; Samuel, 112; Sarah, 
114, 116, 117 ; Sarah Eliza, 114 ; 
Theodore, 118; Theodore Courtenay, 
117; Theodosia, Ii5; Thomas, 115 ; 
Thomasine, H2, 114 ; Ursula, 112 ; 
William, 116. 

Gilbert, James, 23 ; Margery, 23. 

Gill, Catharine, 73 ; George, 73. 

Girardot, Daniel, 109; Marie Jeanne, 109; 
Marie Marguerite, 109. 



Girdlestone, Anne, 59 ; Elizabeth Anne, 60 ; 

Ellen Catherine, 60; Rev. Henry, 60; 

Henry John, 59 ; Horatio, 60. 
Gittens, Gittins, Eleanor, 147 ; Lewis, 

147 ; Mary, 147 ; Thomas, 147. 
Godin, Stephen Peter, no; Su.sanna, no. 
Godlcy, Elizabeth, 130. 
Godolphin, Anne, Lady, 77 ; Barbara, Lady, 

77; Elizabeth, 125; Francis, Earl of, 77; 

Francis, Lord, 77; Very Rev. Henry, 77; 

William, 125. 
Godwin, Judith, 48. 
Goodenough, Ann, 5 ; Sarah, 6 ; Smart, 

S- 
Gooding, Alice, 70. 
Goodrich Anne, 127. 
Gordon, Arthur, 28 ; Catherine, 28 ; 

Margaret, 115 ; Simon, 115. 
Gostling, Elizabeth Theodosia, 2 ; Nathaniel, 

2. 
Goulty, John, 54 ; Thomasine, 54 ; 

WiUiam, 54. 
des Gouttes, Anne, 109; Henriette, 109; 

Jean, 107 ; Jeanne, 107 ; Jean Jaques, 

109. 
Gower, Abel, 167-169, 171, 176-180; 

Abel Anthony, 172 ; Abel Eustace, 168; 

Adaliza, 172, 173; Anna Emma, 172; 

Anne, 164-167, 169, 170, 173, 175, 179; 

Anne Mary, 168, iSo; Anthony, 175; 

Arnold, 165, 174; Avice, 169; Barbara, 

164, 165, 167, 168, 171, 172, 176; Bridget, 
171, 173; Catherine, 164, 168, 172, 180; 
Cicely, 165, 176; Edward, 166, 169, 170; 
Eleanor, 165 ; Elizabeth, 166, 168, 170, 
177-179; Elizabeth Catherine, 173; 
Admiral Sir Erasmus, 171 ; Erasmus 
William, 171, 172; Frances, 165, 167, 

170, 175 ; Frances Maria, 171 ; George, 
167 ; Helen, 166 ; Henry, 164, 174, 175 ; 
Lsabel, 164; Isabella, 164; James, 171, 
173 ; Jane, 166, 169-172; Jasper, 175; 
Joan, 164, l66, 174, 175 ; John, 164, 

165, 166, 169, 170, 174, 176; John, 
Earl, 157 ; John Lewis, 173 ; Letitia, 
172 ; Lettice, 171 ; Margaret, 165-167, 
175; Margaretta, 172 ; Martha, 168, 
171 ; Martin, 173 ; Mary, 164, 166-171, 
17S, 179 ; Richard, 164, 165, 173 ; Robert, 

165, 167, 168, 170, 173-176, 179, 
180; Robert Vaughan, 169,170; Samuel, 

166, 176; Sarah, 1 68, 169, 171, 173; 
Sarah Martha, 170; Simon, 166, 178; 
.Susan, 176 ; Susannah, 166 ; Thomas, 
164; Timothy, 167; Ursula, 164; 
Walter, 165; William, 164, 166-169, 

171, 172, 1 74- 1 So; Rev. William, 173. 
Graham, Caroline Maria, Duchess of 

Montrose, 27; James, Duke of Montrose, 
27 ; Lady Lucy, 27 ; Rebecca, 113. 

de Grandcour, Anne Louise Julie, Baroness, 
108 ; Jean Louis, Baron, 108. 

Grant, Mary, 24 ; Thomas, 24. 
I Gray, Frances, 69. 

(ireame, Dornlhy, 139. 



189 



Green, Eleanor, 72 ; Sir Henry, 72 ; Kt. 

Rev. John, Bishop of Lincoln, 98 ; 

Martha, 98. 
Gregor, Dorolliea Maria, 125 ; Francis, 

125- 

Gregory, Anne, 131, Richard, 131. 

Gresley, Elizabeth, 129; Sir Robert, Bt., 
129; Rev. Thomas, 129. 

Grcville, Algernon, 153, 157; Anne, 153, 
155; Dame Anne, 150; Lady Anne, 
155, 159; Anne, Lady Brooke, 152; 
Lady Augusta Sophia, 159 ; Blanche, 
I5>> 153' 154; Lady Caroline Mary, 
159; Catharine, 154; Catharine, Lady 
Brooke, 151 ; Charles, 152 ; Hon'''" 
Charles Francis, 15S; Major-General the 
Hon*"'" Sir Charles John, 15S ; Lady 
Charlotte Mary, 156 ; Lady Charlotte 
Matilda, 159; Diana, 156, 1 58; Doding- 
ton, 153, 157 ; Dorothy, 151, 152 ; 
Edward, 152, 153 ; Sir Edward, 150, 
152 ; Eleanor, 153 ; Elizabeth, 156 ; 
Dame Elizabeth, 150, 152 ; Elizabeth, 
Lady Brooke and Countess of Warwick, 

155 ; Lady Elizabeth Hamilton Frances, 
158; Lady Frances Elizabeth, 155; 
Francis, 152, 155; Francis, Lord 
Brooke, 151 ; Francis, Earl Brooke and 
Earl of Warwick, 155; Fulke, 151, 152, 
155, 156; Sir Fulke, 150 ; Fulke, Lord 
Brooke, 150, 154, 155; George, Earl 
Brooke and Earl of Warwick, 157 ; 
George, Lord Brooke, 157 ; Georgiana, 
157; Lady Georgiana Murray, 159; 
Hont"'" Hamilton William, 159; Hen- 
rietta, 158; Henrietta, Countess Brooke 
and Countess of Warwick, 157 ; Lady 
Henrietta Louisa, 159 ; Henry Richard, 
Earl Brooke and Earl of Warwick, 157 ; 
Isabella, 158; Dame Joan, 150; John, 
152; Katherine, 156; Hon'''' Louisa, 
159; Lady Louisa Augusta, 155; Lady 
Louisa Caroline Ann, 159; Lady Louisa 
Murray, 159; Margaret, 150, 151 ; Mary, 
151, 157, 158; Mary, Lady Brooke, 155; 
Robert, 151, 152, 156; Robert, Lord 
Brooke, 151, 152; Hon'''« Robert Fulke, 
159 ; Hon'''" Robert Levison, 15S ; Sarah, 

156 ; Sarah, Lady Brooke, 154 ; Sarah 
Elizabeth, Countess Brooke and Countess 
of Warwick, 157 ; WiUiam, 152, 155 ; 
WiUiam, Lord Brooke, 155 ; see Brooke 
and Warwick. 

Grey, Elizabeth, 152; Lord John, 152. 

Griffith, Anne, 127 ; Benjamin, 127 ; 
Benjamin (Cottle), 126 ; Caroline, 127 ; 
Catherine, 127; Charles, 127; Charlotte, 
126; Edward, 127; Elizabeth, 126, 127; 
Emmajane, 127; George, 127; Hannah, 
127 ; Harriet, 126, 127 ; James, 127 ; 
John, 127; Katherine, 126; Mary, 126, 
127; Richard, 126, 127; Sarah, 127; 
Sophia, 126; Theodora, 127; Thomas, 
126 ; Rev. Thomas, 126 ; William, 127. 

Griffiths, Sarah, 147. 



Grimsdech, Hugh, 22; Katherine, 22. 

Grimshaw, Anne, 40 ; Margaret, 40 ; 
Thomas, 40. 

Grinling, Anna, 31 ; John, 31. 

Grolier, Anne, 107. 

Grove, Catherine, 61 ; Hugh, 61. 

Guest, Hannah, 141 ; John, 141. 

Guiguer, Jeanne, 108 ; Leonard, 108 ; 
Louis, 108. 

Guildford, Sir John, 78 ; Dame Mary, 78. 

Guilford, Alice, Lady, 156; Dame Bar- 
bara, 78; Elizabeth, Lady, 156; Francis, 
Lord, 156. 

Gunn, John, 178, 180; Mary, 180. 

Gunning, Peter, 51 ; Sarah, 51. 

Gunter, Elizabeth, 15 ; Thomas, 15. 

Gusthart, Adaliza, 172; Mary, 172; Robert, 
172. 



Haddon, Elizabeth, 105 ; Mary, 105 ; 
William, 105. 

Hagen, Anna, 162. 

Hale, Elizabeth, 2 ; John, 2. 

Halford, Hannah, 128, 130. 

Halifax, George, Earl of, 18 ; Mary, 
Countess of, 18. 

Halliday, Maria Margaret, 86 ; Silvester, 
102 ; Thomas, 86. 

Haly, Elizabeth, 128; William, 128. 

Hamilton, Lord Archibald, 155, 159 ; 
Charles, 136; Chrysostom, 136; Eliza- 
beth, 155 ; Elizabeth, Countess of 
Orkney, 16; Lady Frances, 16; George, 
Earl of Orkney, 16 ; James, Earl of 
Abercorn, 155 ; Jane, 159; Lady Jane, 
155; Martha, 136; William, Duke of, 

'55- 

Handford, Catherine, 22. 

Harcourt, Alice, 24 ; Richard, 24. 

Harding, Anne, 135 ; Robert, 135. 

Hardy, Hannah, 127. 

Harpur, Dame Frances Elizabeth, 155; 
Sir Henry, Bt., 1 55. 

Harris, Anne, 73; Catherine, i ; John, 73; 
Louisa, 146 ; Rev. Malachi, I ; Marion, 
73; Mary, 21, 151; Richard, 146; 
William, 151. 

Harrison, Anne, 93, 138; George, 10, 89, 
nS, 119; Mary, 89; Richard, 93, 

Hartland, Anne, 162, 163; Benjamin, 163; 
Elizabeth, 162, 163 ; Hannah, 163 ; 
Hester, 162, 163 ; John, 163 ; Martha, 
162, 163 ; Mary, 162 ; Nathaniel, 162 ; 
Rebecca, 162; Sarah, 162, 163; Thomas, 
163 ; William, 162 ; Zaccheus, 163. 

Hartley, Louisa, 21 ; Mary, 21 ; Winch- 
combe Henry, 21. 

Hartshorne, Priscilla, 141. 

Harvey, John, 57 ; Mary, 57. 

Harwood, Henry William P'orsyth, 136 ; 
John, 137 ; Sarah, 137. 

Hasborne, Elizabeth, 104. 

Hasilrigg, Sir Arthur, Bt., 151 ; Dame 
Dorothy, 151. 



190 



Haverficld, Anne Hawes, 35 ; Lieut.- 

Culoncl William, 35. 
Hawe, Anne, 72, 78 ; John, 72, 78 ; 

Margaret, 72. 
llawtayne, Catherine, I ; Joyce, I ; Rev. 

William, I. 
Hay, John, 59 ; Martha, 59. 
Hazell, Rev. James Henry, 118 ; Margaret 

Gordon, 1 1 8. 
Heard, Sir Isaac, 10. 
Hefi'cr, Elizabeth, 31 ; John, 31. 
Hennington, Fanny, 71. 
Herbert, Alice, 88; Cuthbert, 104; Edward, 

Earl of Powis, 27 ; Mrs. Edmund Arthur, 

83 ; George Edward Henry Arthur, Earl of 

Powis, 26 ; Lady Henrietta Antonia, 26 ; 

Henry Arthur, Earl of Powis, 26 ; Lucy, 

Countess of Powis, 27 ; Margaret, 104 ; 

Richard, 88. 
Herring, Anna Maria, 18 ; Julines, 18. 
Hewet, Hewitt, Jane, 86 ; Mary, 88 ; 

Randle, SS ; Sarah, 13 ; William, 86. 
Heywood, Margery, 24 ; Richard, 24. 
Hibbins, — , 24. 
Higgs, Sarah, 117. 

Hildyard, Christopher, 97 ; Dorothy, 97. 
Hill, Barbara, 168, 176; Eleanor, 141; 

Richard, 141 ; Mary, loi ; WiUiani, 

168, 176. 
Hilton, Alexander, 73 ; Anne, 73. 
Hind, Elizabeth, 81 ; Joseph, 81. 
Hoby, Ann, 152 ; Thomas, 152. 
Hodges, Danvers, 180 ; Mary, 167. 
Hody, John, 63 ; Lucy, 63. 
Holden, Elizabeth, 43 ; Elizabeth 

Constance, 44 ; James, 44 ; Mary, 43 ; 

Robert, 43 ; u-e Shuttleworth. 
Holland, Frances, 14; William, 14. 
HoUoway, Francis, 131 ; Sarah, 131. 
Holme, Elizabeth, 98 ; Rev. Thomas 

Jackson, 98. 
Holt, William, 174. 
Honeywood, Edward, 169 ; Jane, 169. 
Hope, Christian, 23 ; Richard, 23. 
Hopkins, Jonatlian, 144 ; Susannah, 144. 
Hopper, Ann, 62 ; Elizabeth, 62 ; Thomas, 62. 
Hornyold, Dorothy, 167 : Margaret, 167 ; 

Thomas, 167. 
Horrod, Nicholas, 177. 
Horsey, John, 61 ; Maud, 61. 
Horwell, — , 174. 

Hotman, P"rani;ois, 107 ; Marie, 107. 
Hovell, Elizabeth Rayner, 94 ; James, 94 ; 

Mary, 94. 
Howden, Margaret EUicombe, 118; 

Robert, 118. 
Howells, Anne, 142 ; Thomas, 142. 
Howman, Dorothea, 32 ; Roger, 32. 
Huggeford, Anne, 164 ; Edward, 164. 
Hunl.in, Elizabeth, 124 ; Grace, 124 ; 

John, 124 ; Mary, 124. 
Hunt, Eleanor Mary, 142; Fernando, 163; 

Hannah, 163; James, 142. 
Hurt, Caroline, 45 ; Elizabeth, 44 ; 
Francis, 44, 45 ; Richard, 45. 



Husbands, Martin, 24; Mary, 24. 
Hutchinson, Anne Henrietta, 4; Dame 

Lelitia, 4 ; General -Sir William, 4. 
Hutton, Frances Mary, 99 ; Rev. John, 

99- 
Hyde, Catharine, 73 ; John, 78 ; Katherine, 
78 ; William, 73. 



Ibbetson, Joshua, 5 ; Mary, 5. 

Hot, Sarah, 160. 

Ingilby, Esther, 80; Rev. Henry, 80; 

Rev. Sir Henry John, Bt., 80; Isabella 

Jane, 80. 
Ingram, Mary, 34. 
Irton, Susannah, 36. 
Isaacson, Henrietta, 85 ; John, 85. 
Isham, Anne, 75 ; Elizabeth, 75 ; Sir 

Euseby, 75 ; John, 75. 



Jackman, Elizabeth, 126; Richard, 126. 

Jackson, Elizabeth, 91, 93 ; Richard, 93. 

Jago, Anne Darell, 120; Edward, 120; 
Rev. John, 120; Lucretia Bedford, 120. 

Jalland, Anna, 144; Anne, 143; Charles, 
144; Elizabeth, 143, 144; Jane, 144; 
John, 143, 144; Joseph, 144; Lucy, 144; 
Mary, 143; Rebecca, 144; Richard, 143; 
Sarah, 143, 144 ; Susannah, 143, I44 ; 
Thomas, 143, 144 ; William, 143, 144. 

Jalloux, Marie Marguerite, 109. 

James II., 154. 

James, Deborah, 70 ; Sarah, 27 ; Stephen, 
70. 

Jefferson, Mary, 93. 

Jefferj', Catherine, 117; William, 117. 

Jenkinson, Alice, 5 ; William, 5. 

Jermyn, Alexander, 15 ; Hon'''= Julia, 15. 

Jerrett, Ann, 162 ; Elizabeth, 163 ; James, 
163. 

Jetter, Henry, 47 ; Susan, 47. 

Joddrell, Francis, 28 j Jane, 28. 

Johnson, Alice, 122; Catharine, 70, 126; 
Margaret, 2 ; Mary, 123 ; William, 123. 

Johnstone, Barbara, 36. 

Jones, Anne, 133, 140 ; Edward, 145 ; 
Elizabeth, 77, 145 ; Evan, 133 ; Frances, 
14 ; Dame Frances, 14 ; Frances Eliza- 
beth Gayfere, 133; Sir Henry, 14; Ven""'" 
James, 140; Richard, 171; Samuel, 180; 
Sarah, 171 ; Thomas, 179. 



Kay, William, 82 ; see Ewbank. 
Kemp, Susanna, 129 ; Thomas, 129. 
Kerrison, Eleanor, 88 ; John, 88. 
Kettle, Elizabeth, 46. 
Kettleby, Anne, 170 ; Edward, 170, 175. 
Key, Bright, 25 ; Margaret, 71 ; Mary 

Lawe, 71 ; Sarah, 25 ; Thomas, 71. 
Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh, Rt. Rev. 

George de la Poer Beresford, Bishop of, 

19- 



191 



King, Ann, 169 ; Anne Henrietta, 4 ; 

Eutricia, 117 ; Kev. John Glen, 4. 
Ivingston-upon-Hull, Anne, Countess of, 

153 ; William, Earl of, 153. 
Kirk, Joan, 40 ; John, 40. 
Knapman, Mary, 113. 
Knevit, Charles, 72 ; Elizabeth, 72. 
Kurtwich, Anne, 14. 
Kynaston, Dorothy, 24 ; Thomas, 24. 



Labat, Anne Louise Julie, Baroness de 

Grandcour, 108 ; Jean Louis, Baron de 

Grandcour, 108. 
Lacon, Anne, 168 ; Rowland, 168. 
Ladbroke, Margery, 103 ; Thomas, 103. 
Lafont, Jean, 108 ; Madelaine, 108. 
Lambe, Sarah, 169, 171 ; Thomas, 169, 

171. 
Lambton, Fleetwood, 42 ; William, 42. 
Lane, Amy, 49 ; Henry, 49. 
Langhorne, Elizabeth, 15 ; William, 15. 
Langley, Dame Elizabeth, 15 ; Isabella, 

64 ; Margaret, 64 ; William, 64 ; Sir 

William, Bt., 15. 
Large, Sarah, 105 ; Thomas, 105. 
Lathbury, Mary, 53. 
Lathom, Katherine, 42 ; Richard, 42. 
Latimer, John, Lord, 14 ; Lucy, 14 ; 

Richard, Lord, 150. 
Laurens, Benjamin, 32 ; Elizabeth, 32. 
Lawrence, Martha, 122 ; Thomas, 122. 
Lawton, Clare, 135; William, 135. 
Leake, Harriet, 3 ; William, 3. 
Lee, Ahce, 24 ; Dame Catharine, 75 ; Sir 

John, 75 ; Margery, 24 ; Richard, 24. 
Legh, Henry, 24 ; Dame Margaret, 40 ; 

Margery, 40 ; Sir Peter, 40 ; Rebecca, 

24. 
Leigh, Lady Barbara, 19 ; Charles, 19 ; 

Elizabeth, 70; Jared, 70; Thomas, Lord, 

19- 
Leight, Rev. Edward, 179. 
Lessingham, see Sheldon. 
Lever, Ann, 40 ; Richard, 40. 
Leveson-Gower, Lady Evelyn, 157 ; John, 

Earl Gower, 157. 
Lewington, Margaret, II; Philip, 11. 
Lewis, Barbara, 165: Edward, 116; Rev. 

Erasmus, 171; Frances, 116; Lettice, 

171 ; Margaret, 171 ; William, 165. 
Lincoln, Rt. Rev. John Green, Bishop of, 

98. 
Lindsay, Sir Alexander, Bt., 7 ; Dame 

Emilia, 7 ; Rear-Admiral Sir John, 7 ; 

Dame Mary, 7. 
Linfoot, John, 93 : Rachel, 93. 
Lister, Elizabeth, 82 ; John, 82 ; Mary, 82 ; 

Rev. Thomas, 82. 
Littledale, Henry, 36 ; Mary, 36. 
Littleton, Barbara, 164 ; Catherine, 164, 

165 ; Sir Edward, 164 ; George, 176 ; 

Dame Helen, 164; Humphrey, 168, 176; 

Margaret, 168 ; Martha, 168 ; Thomas, 

164, 165. 



Livesey, Henry, 37 ; Mary, 37. 
Lloyd, Anne, 43, 148; Francis, 148: Mary 
Dorothy, 148 ; Priscilla, 141 ; Thomas, 

43- 

Long, Dame Henrietta, 158; Sir James, 
Bt., 158 ; Sir Robert, Bt., 158. 

Longmore, Humphrey, 179. 

Lowndes, Misses, 135, 139, 140. 

Lucas, — , 175. 

Ludlow, Frances, Countess, 18 ; Peter, 
18; Peter, Earl, 18. 

Lumley, Anna Maria, ig ; Lady Anna 
Maria, 19; Anne, 14; Hon!"'* Anne, 
15, 16; Lady Anne, 20; Anthony, 14; 
Lady Barbara, 19 ; Hon'='= Charles, 
17 ; Elizabeth, 15, 16 ; Ehzabeth, Vis- 
countess, 14 ; Frances, 14, 15 ; Hon^e 
Frances, 16; Frances, Countess of Scar- 
brough, 14 ; Frances Barbara Ludlow, 
17; George, 16; George Augusta, 18: 
Lady Henrietta, 20 ; Lady Henrietta 
Barbara, 20; Hon'=''= Henry, i5 ; General 
the Hon*"'' Henry, 15 ; Henry, Lord, 15 ; 
Hon"' James, 17 ; John, 14-16; Honii'^ 
John, 17 ; Julia, 15 ; Lady Louisa, 21 ; 
Lady Louisa Frances, 19; Hon'''' Louisa 
Margaret, 21 ; Honi"!' Mary, 14, 21 ; 
Lady Mary, 18; Lady Mary Arabella, 20; 
Hon'''<^ Mary Henrietta, 20 ; Richard, 
16 ; Richard, Earl of Scarbrough, 14, 
16 ; Richard, Lord, 14 ; Richard, 
Viscount, 14; Richard George, 19 ; 
Hon'''" Richard Henry, 18; Roger, 14; 
Lieut. -Colonel the Hon'''' Savile Henry, 
20; Lady Sophia, 21 ; Thomas, 16; 
Hon'''' Thomas Charles, 18 ; Hon'"' 
William, 16 ; General the Hon**'' Sir 
William, 21. 

Lumley - Saunderson, Hon'''' Anne, 17; 
Barbara, Countess of Scarbrough, 17 ; 
Lady Frances, 18; Frances, Countess of 
Scarbrough, i6; Hon'''' George, 17; 
George Augusta, Earl of Scarbrough, 17 ; 
Lady Harriot, 18 ; Henrietta, Countess 
of Scarbrough, 17 ; Richard, Earl of 
Scarbrough, 17 ; Thomas, Earl of 
Scarbrough, 16. 

Lumley-Savile, Anna Maria, Countess of 
.Scarbrough, 18; Charlotte Mary, 19; 
Frederick, 19; Hon'''' Frederick, 19; 
Hon'''' Harriet Anne, 19; Hon'''' Jane, 
19; John, Earl of Scarbrough, 18. 



McAdam, Christopher, 120 ; Eleanor 

Trelawny, 120. 
McCabe, John, 37 ; Mary Anne, 37. 
Machin, Mary, 100 ; Thomas, 100. 
Macmaster, Harriet, 3 ; James, 3. 
Maillet, Domaine, 107 ; Sara, 107. 
Majendie, Rt. Rev. Henry William, Bishop 

of Bangor, 35 ; Mary Anne, 35. 
Manchester, Charles, Duke of, 153 ; 

Dodington, Duchess of, 153 ; George, 

Duke of, 27. 



192 



Manning, Harriet Hilare, 146 ; Henry, 

146. 
Mansfield, David, Earl of, 159; Karl of, 7; 

Louisa, Countess of, 159. 
Manthorpe, Daniel, 31 ; Mary, 31 ; Sarah, 

31- 
Marchant, Elizabeth, in; Jabez, 1 1 1 ; 

Jean, 2 ; Marie, 2. 
le Mare, Daniel, 109 ; Judith, 109. 
Margerison, Elizabeth, 82 ; John, 82. 
Margetts, Anne, 55 ; William, 55. 
Marjoribanks, Janet, 45 ; Sir John, Kt., 

45- 
Markham, Blanche, 153 ; Elizabeth, 129 ; 

Rev. Francis, 129; Joan, 129; Sir John 

James, Bt., 27 ; Ralph, 153 ; Dame 

Sarah, 27. 
Marriott, Anne, 143 ; Richard, 143. 
Marsh, Mary, 171 ; Thomas, 171. 
Marshall, Anne, 69 ; Barnaby, 69. 
Martyn, Jane, 85. 
Maskelyne, Edmund, 25 ; Elizabeth, 25 ; 

Margaret, 25. 
Massey, Margaret, 87 ; William, 87. 
Massuelo, Jean, 107 ; Marie, 107. 
Masters, Elizabeth, 47, 50 ; Joan, 49 ; 

Richard, 49. 
Mather, Mary, 97. 
Maudit, Theodocia, 114. 
Maughan, Sophy Grace, 63-65. 
Maxwell, Charles Robbins, 21. 
May, — , 109. 
Maybank, Frances, 70. 
Mayle, Edward, 179. 
Medlycott, Elizabeth, 64 ; Thomas, 64. 
Mellifont, Eliza, 82 ; George Waters, 82. 
Mercier, Isaac, I ; Judith, i ; Louise, i ; 

Madelaine, 107 ; Simon, 107. 
Mestrezat, Abraham, loS ; Alexandre, 108 ; 

Anne, 108 ; Jeanne, 108. 
Mexborough, Elizabeth, Countess of, 157; 

John, Earl of, 157. 
Micheli, Jean Louis, 108; Madelaine, 108. 
Middlemore, Anne, 165 ; Robert, 165. 
Middleton, Anne, 63 ; Dame Anne, 63 ; 

Boswell, 143 ; Dorothy, Lady, 17 ; 

Elizabeth, 63 ; George, 63 ; Henry, 

Lord, 17 ; Mary, 65, 143 ; Richard, 65 : 

Sir William, Bt. , 63. 
Mildmay, Sir Walter, 72 : Winifred, 72. 
Miles, Avice, 169 ; Clement, 169. 
Mill, Frances, 102 ; Toliy, 102. 
Miller, Elizabeth, 91 ; Paul, 91. 
Mills, Sarah, 114. 
Milne, Alexander George, 52 ; Henrietta 

Helen, 52. 
Milner, Alice, 5 ; Anastasia Maria, 6 ; 

Anne, 5; Benjamin, 6; Lieut. -Colonel 

Charles William Mordaunt,9; Charlotte, 

8 ; Dame Diana, 7; Diana Elizabeth, g; 

Elizabeth, 8, 9 ; Dame Elizabeth, 6 ; 

Frances, 8 ; General George, 8 ; Rev. 

George William Thomas, 9 ; Georgina, 9 ; 

Hannah, 6 ; Dame Harriet Elizabeth, 8 ; 

Henrietta, 9 ; Henry Beilby William, 8 ; 



Rev. Henry Stephen, 9 ; Jane, 6, 7 ; John, 
6;Joseph,5-7 ;Joshua,7 ; Louisa Sarah, 9; 
Marmaduke, 5 ; Mary, 5,6; Mary Amelia, 
9 ; Mary Jane, 9 ; Peter, J ; Phcebe, 5 ; 
Kaehel, 5 ; Richard, 5, 8 ; Ruth, 5 ; 
Samuel, 6; Sarah, 6; Sarah Georgina, 9; 
Selina, 8; Sophia, 5; Susan, 5; Timothy, 
7 ; William, 5 ; Sir William, Hi., 6 ; Sir 
William Mordaunt, Bt., 7; Sir William 
Mordaunt Sturt, Bt. , 8 ; William Poyntz, 6. 

Minster, Anne, 57 ; Edward, 57. 

Mirehouse, Ehzabeth, 32 ; John Campbell, 
32. 

Molesworth, Hon'"'" Louisa, 77 ; Mary, 
Viscountess, 77 ; Richard, Viscount, 77. 

Molyneux, Richard, 40. 

de Monceaux, Anne, 107 ; Anloine, 107. 

Monckton, -Anne, 160 ; Admiral John, 160. 

Monson, Bridget, 76 ; Sir John, 76 ; 
John George, Lord, 157; Sarah 
Elizabeth, Lady, 157. 

Montagu, Lady Caroline Maria, 27 ; 
Charles, Duke of Manchester, 153 ; 
Dodington, Duchess of Manchester, 
153 ; George, Duke of Manchester, 27. 

Montague, George, Earl of Halifax, 18 ; 
Mary, Countess of Halifax, 18; Ricarda 
Posthuma, 18. 

Montgomery, — , 44. 

Montrose, Caroline Maria, Duchess of, 27 ; 
James, Duke of, 27. 

Moore, Anne, 20 ; Elizabeth, 42 ; John, 20 ; 
Margaret, 90 ; Mary Jane, 9 ; Richard, 
9; Thomas, 42; William, go, 176; see 
Foljambe. 

Moorsom, Elizabeth, 96 ; Mary, 96 ; 
Richard, 96. 

Mordaunt, Elizabeth, 6 ; Elizabeth, Vis- 
countess, 6 ; Rev. the Hon''''' George, 
6 ; John, Viscount, 6. 

Morgan, S., 132. 

Morley, Elizabeth, 122 ; Margery, 123 
Robert, 122. 

Morrice, Rev. Andrew Ducarel, 86 
Bezaleel, 85 ; Charlotte Elizabeth, 86 
Ehzabeth, 84, 85; Emma, 86; Frederick 
Edward, 85 ; Frederick Lancelot Hamil 
ton, 84-86 ; Rev. James, 85 ; Jane, 84-86 
Maria Margaret, 86 ; Maria Susanna, 86 
Marie Coltee, 85 ; Mary, 85 ; Robert, 86 
Vice-Admiral Salmon, 84 ; .Sarah, 84 
Theodosia Frances, 86 ; Thomas, 86 
William, 84, 85 ; Wright, 84. 

Morrin, Elizabeth, 69 ; Thomas, 69. 

Morris, Eleanor, 141 ; John, 141. 

Morton, Anne, 102 ; James, 102. 

Motet, Daniel, I ; Frangoise, I ; Judith, i ; 
Louise, I. 

Mowlesley, Margaret, 12S ; William, 12S. 

Mulgrave, Constantine, Lord, in. 

Mundy, Joseph, 79 ; Katherine, 79 ; Mary, 

79- 
Murray, David, Earl of Mansfield, 159; 
Hon'"'" Emilia, 7 ; Louisa, Countess of 
Mansfield, 1 59. 



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Muschamp, Anne, 122; William, 122. 
Myers, Elizabeth, 82 ; Joseph, 82 ; Ruth, 

82. 
Myles, Alice, 55 ; Robert, 55. 
Mynn, Katherine, 78 ; Nicholas, 78. 



Naish, Phillippa, 161. 

Nashe, George, 164 ; Ursula, 164. 

Naville, Anne Sara, loS ; Louise Claudine, 
108 ; Pierre, loS. 

Nelson, Alice, 53 ; Alice Bland, 54 ; 
Barbara, 53 ; Catherine, 54 ; Dinah, 53 ; 
Dorothy, 53 ; Edmund, 53 ; Rev. Ed- 
mund, 53, 54, 58, 59; Horatio, Viscount, 
58; John, 53, 54: Martha, 54: Mary, 53, 
54 ; Susannah, 58, 59 ; Thomas, 53 ; 
Thomas Bland, 53 ; Thomasine, 54 ; 
William, 53. 

Neville, Lady Anne, 150; Catharine, 
Countess of Westmorland, 150; Eliza- 
beth, 150; Ralph, Earl of Westmorland, 
150 ; Richard, Lord Latimer, 150. 

Newcombe, Elizabeth, 132 ; John, 132. 

Newey, Joan, 166. 

Newton, Ann, 115; John, 115. 

Noel, Catherine, Countess of Gainsborough, 
154 ; Wriothesley Baptist, Earl of 
Gainsborough, 154. 

Norfolk, Charles, Duke of, 10. 

Normanby, Ursula, Marchioness of, 154. 

North, Alice, Lady Guilford, 156; Eliza- 
beth, Lady Guilford, 156 ; Francis, Lord 
Guilford, 156; Frederick, 45 ; Janet, 45. 

Northleigh, Joan, 112; Robert, 112. 

Northover, Anne, 61. 

Northumberland, Charlotte Florentia, 
Duchess of, 29 ; Hugh, Duke of, 29. 

Nowell, Christopher, 40 ; Eleanor, 40. 



Gates, Dorothy, 152 ; Peter, 152. 
Oddie, Georgiana, no; Henry Hoyle, no. 
Odier, Caroline, 109 ; Jaques Edouard, 109. 
Ogle, Anne, 66 ; Admiral Sir Chaloner, 

Bt., 44; Jane Esther, 44; Mary, 74; 

Richard, 74 ; Rev. Thomas, 66. 
Oliver, Abigail, 162 ; Elizabeth, 162 ; 

Matthew, 162. 
Oneby, John, 166; Thomas, 129; Unica, 

129. 
Ongley, Jane, 170. 
Orkney, Elizabeth, Countess of, 16 ; 

George, Earl of, 16. 
Ormond, Jane, 72, 78 ; John, 72, 78. 
Oswell, Amelia, 149 ; Edward, 149 ; 

Eleanor, 147; Elizabeth, 147, 148; John, 

147, 149 : Lawrence, 14S ; Mary, 148, 

149; Mary Dorothy, 148; Richard, 149; 

Sarah, 147 ; Thomas, 147 ; Rev. Thomas, 

148 ; William, 147 - 149 ; Rev. William 

Henry, 148 ; see Woosal. 
Outhwaite, Phcebe, 83 ; Thomas, 83. 
Overman, Barbara, 53. 
Owen, Catherine, 172. 



Pagenham, Anne, 72 ; Hugh, 72. 
I'alin, John, 92 ; Mary Elizabeth, 92. 
Parker, Christopher, 40 ; Helen, 40 ; Mary, 

no. 
Parkinson, Robert, 79 ; Ursula Jane, 79. 
Parr, Elizabeth, 82 ; Richard, 82. 
Parsons, Jane, 80 ; John, 80. 
Paslew, Alice, 45 ; Francis, 45. 
Peach, Harriet, 52 ; Susannah, 52. 
Peachey, Georgiana, 157 ; Lady Georgiana 

Caroline, 157 ; Sir James, Bt., Lord 

Selsey, 157. 
Pearson, Catherine, 2 ; John, 93 ; Mary, 93. 
de Peauly de Kallenbach, Sarah, Baroness, 

170. 
Peckitt, Hannah, 93 ; John, 93. 
Pede, John, 69 ; Katherine, 69. 
Peke, Sarah, 84 ; Thomas, 84. 
de Pellissari, Elisabeth, 107 ; Jean Antoine, 

107, 108 ; Susanne, 107, 108 ; Timothee, 

108. 
Pendrill, Elizabeth, 34. 
Pennell, Eleanor, 141. 
Penny, Anna Maria Clare, 138 ; Anne, 

135-138, 140; Bathsheba, 136; Brooke, 

139; Clare Dutton, 138; Clare Filia 

iMargarettaAlicia, 135 ; Edward, 136, 137, 

139; Rev. Edward, 135,136; Elizabeth, 

135-140; Esther, 140; Frances. 135; 

Rev. Fraser Hislop, 137, 140 ; Henry, 

135, 136 ; Rev. Henry, 137 ; James, 135, 

137; Rev. James, 135, I39;"jane, 137, 

139 ; John, 135, 13S; Rev. John, 135 ; 

Margaret, 135, 136 ; Mary, 138, 139 ; 

Meriel, 135; Peter, 138; Robert, 135, 

138 ; Sarah, 136-140 ; Thomas, 137-140 ; 

William, 138. 
Percival, Elizabeth, 91 ; Ralph, 91. 
Percy, Charlotte Florentia, Duchess of 

Northumberland, 29 ; Hugh, Duke of, 

Northumberland, 29. 
Periam, Rev. George, 142 ; Letitia, 142. 
Perreault, — , 109. 
Perry, Hugh, 74 ; Jane, 74 ; Katherine, 

74 ; Robert, 74. 
Phelps, Martha, 161. 
Phillips, Frances Maria, 171 ; William, 

171. 
Phipps, Hon''''' Augustus, ni ; Constantine, 

Lord Mulgrave, n i ; Hon'"'"' Maria, n i. 
Pickance, Elizabeth, 137 ; Jane, 137 ; 

William, 137. 
Pickard, Jane, n4 ; Thomas, n4. 
Pickering, Ellen, 89. 
Pickersgill, John, 83 ; Sophia, 83. 
Pickersgill-Cunliffe, Harr)', 83. 
Pictet, Lieut. -General Jaques, Count, 108; 

Jeanne, Countess, 108. 
Pierce, John, 142 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 

142. 
Pierrepont, Anne, Countess of Kingston- 

upon-HuU, 153 ; William, 153 ; William, 

Earl of Kingston-upon-HuU, 153. 
Pierson, Charles Marmaduke Bradshaw, 

60 ; Mary Anne, 60. 



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Pike - Scrivener, Dorothea, 32 ; John 

Frederick, 32 ; stv Scrivener. 
Piiiilow, Ann, 138; Mary 138; William, 

1 38. 
Pilfieia, Charles, 7 ; Mary, 7. 
Planl, Edmund, 31 : Hannah, 31. 
Player, Anne, 63 ; William, 63. 
Ployart, Jean Louis, 108 ; Marguerite Julie, 

108. 
Plymouth, Other Hickman, Earl of, 29 ; 
Other Archer, Earl of, 29; Sarah, 
Countess of, 29 ; sec Windsor. 
Pond, Frances, 95 ; William, 95. 
Ponsonbv, Caroline, Countess of Bess- 
borough, 77 ; Lady Charlotte, 77 : 
Louisa, Lady, 77 ; William, Lord, 77 ! 
William, Earl of Bessborough, 77. 
Poole, |ohn, 22 ; Susan, 22. 
Pope, Clare, 68 : Walter, 68. 
Portland, William, Duke of, 8 ; William, 

Earl of, 77. 
Potter, Rebecca, 144. 
Powell, Marv, 102. 

Powis, Edward, Earl of, 26, 27 ; George 
Edward Henry Arthur, Earl of, 26 ; 
Henrietta Antonia, Countess of, 26 ; 
Henry Arthur, Earl of, 26 ; Lucy, 
Countess of, 27. 
Poynder, Mary, 52 ; Thomas Henry Allen, 

52. 
Poyner, Catherine, 147 ; Edward, 147 ; 

Elizabeth, 147. 
Pratt, John, 17, 145 ; Martha, 145 ; Mary, 

17- 
Piest, Anne, 93 ; Thomas, 93. 
Preston, Charles, 33 ; Mary Sullivan, 33. 
Pretyman, Dorothy, 53 ; Thomas, 53. 
Prevost, Nicholas, 2 ; Susanne, 2. 
Prime, Anne, 44 ; Richard, 44. 
Prytherch, Mary, 148 ; Rev. Stephen, 148. 
Pumfrey, Sarah, 162 ; Mary, 162 ; William, 

162. 



Raftor, Catherine, 26 ; William, 26. 
Raines, Anne, 98 ; WiUiam, 98. 
Rand, Mary, 85 ; Nordash, 85. 
Rawlings, Elizabeth, 35 ; Thomas, 35. 
Raynolds, Margaret, 165 ; Thomas, 165. 
Raynsford, Ann, 131 ; Rev. Charles 

Justinian, 131 ; see Slieldon. 
Read, Catharine, 154; Giles, 154. 
Readman, Mrs., 136, 137. 
Reeve, Mary, 162 ; Nathaniel, 162 ; Sarah, 

31, 162. 
Rendlesham, Elizabeth Eleanora, Lady, 

no; Peter Isaac, Lord, no; see 

Thellusson. 
' Repton, Mary, 104. 
Reynolds, Anne, 130; Edward, 128, 130, 

133; Hannah, 128, 130, 133. 
Rich, Anne, 163 ; Robert, 163. 
Richards, Barbara, 172; Rev. David, 172. 
Richardson, Ann, 36. 



Ridley, Anne, 129 ; John, 1 29. 

Rippon, M.ary, 1 16. 

Kisdon, Anne, 124 ; Giles, 124 ; Jane, 124 ; 

Katherine, 124. 
Rivers, Thomas, Earl, 15. 
Robarts, Abraham, III ; Sabine, in. 
Robbins, Elizabeth Whitmore, 106; Francis, 

106 ; John, 21 ; Louisa Margaret, 21. 
Kober, Ann, 130. 
Roberts, Anne, 134; David, 33; Harriet, 

3; Henry, 134 ; Mary, 33. 

Robinson, Elizabeth, 93 ; Isabel, 81 ; 

James, 81; John, 93; Lieut. -General 

John, 28 ; Margaret, 63 ; Rebecca, 28 ; 

Sarah, 94, 143 ; Thomas, 63. 

Rocca, Jean Baptiste, 107; Theodora, 107. 

de Roches, Hugues, 107 ; Judith, 107 ; 

Sara, 107. 
Rochester, Henry, Earl of, 155 ; John, 

Earl of, 155. 
Rockingham, Charles, Marquis of, 77 ; 
Mary, Marchioness of, 76 ; Thomas, 
Marquis of, 76. 
Roe, John, 122 ; Martha, 122 ; Mary, 122 ; 

Thomas, 122. 
Rolfe, Alice Bland, 54 ; Rev. Robert, 54. 
RoUeston, Elizabeth, 74 ; Thomas, 74. 
Roode, Barbara, 165. 

Roper, Anna Maria, 43 ; Hon"" Mary, 
43 ; Very Rev. the Hon'-"' Richard 
Henry, 43. 
Rotherham, Anne, 164; Elizabeth, 164; 

George, 164; Thomas, 164. 
Rotton, Elizabeth, 29; Ehzabeth Clive, 

29 ; John, 29. 
Routledge, Sarah, 70. 
Rowe, Andrew, 114; Elizabeth, 114; 

James, 90 ; Mary, 90. 
Riiftbrd, Alice, 78 ; WiUiam, 78. 
Russell, Agnes, 105 ; Hon"" Catharine, 
151 ; Lady Catharine, 151 ; Elizabeth, 
97; Francis, Earl of Bedford, 151; 
Hannah, 12 ; John, 165 ; Margaret, 165 ; 
Mary, 157 ; Matthew, 97 ; Thomas, 12; 
Sir William, 157. 



Sabin, Hannah, 104. 

Sackville, Mildred, 72, 78 ; Richard, 72, 

78. 
Sagar, Christabel, 81. 
Sage, Charles, 107 ; Judith, 107. 
Sagittary, Anne, 1 20, 123, 125 ; Rev. 

Daniel, 125. 
Saintpere, Elizabeth, 78 ; William, 78. 
Salmon, Anne, 84 ; Elizabeth, 90 ; Jane, 

84 ; Robert, 84, 90. 
Saltonstall, Ricarda Posthuma, 18; Richard, 

18. 
Sandys, Dame Elizabeth, 14 ; Sir Wilham, 

14. 
Sapcote, Anne, 72 ; Sir Richard, 72. 
Saunders, Anne, 135; Thomas, 135. 
Savage, Mar)-, 49. 



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Savile, Barbara, 17; Elizabeth, Countess 
of Mexborough, 157; Sir George, Bl. , 
17 ; John, Earl of Mexborough, 151 ; 
Dame Mary, 17 ; Lady Sarah Elizabeth, 

Saxton, Josias, 100, loi ; Katherine, 
100. 

Scarbrough, Anna Maria, Countess of, 18 ; 
Barbara, Countess of, 17 ; Frances, 
Countess of, 14, 16 ; George Augusta, 
Earl of, 17 ; Henrietta, Countess of, 17 ; 
John, Earl of, iS ; Rev. John, Earl 
of, 18; Richard, Earl of, 14, 16, 17; 
Thomas, Earl of, 16 ; see Lumley. 

Scott, Scot, Elizabeth, 23 ; George, 23 ; 
Lady Georgiana Caroline, 157 ; 
Henrietta Louisa, Countess of Clonmell, 
159; Henry, Earl of Deloraine, 157; 
Thomas, Earl of Clonmell, 159. 

Scrivener, Dorothea, 32 ; see Freston- 
Scrivener and Pike-Scrivener. 

Scudamore, Penelope, 27 ; William, 27. 

Searle, Jane, 80 ; Margaret, 80 ; Maurice, 
80. 

Sedgwick, Margaret, 63 ; William, 63. 

Seely, Mary, 56. 

Selfe, Elizabeth, 161. 

Selsey, James, Lord, 157. 

Semphill, Hon'''" Anne, 28 ; Hon''''' 
Catherine, 28 ; Hon''''^ George, 28 ; 
Hugh, Lord, 28; Hon"'' Jane, 28; 
Sarah, Lady, 28. 

Sewell, John, 97 ; Margaret, 97. 

Seymer, Anne, 62 ; Mary, l6o ; Richard, 
160 ; Robert, 62. 

Sheene, Nicholas, 58 ; Sarah, 58. 

Sheffield, Catherine, Duchess of Bucking- 
ham, 154; John, Duke of Buckingham, 
154; Katherine, Duchess of Buckingham, 
154; Ursula, Marchioness of Normanby, 

154- 
Sheldon, Catherine, 164, 165 ; Cicely, 

165; Rev. Dormer, 130; Isabella, 164; 

Mercy, 130; Ralph, 176; Richard, 164, 

165 ; William, 176. 
Sheldon, formerly Lessingham, Lucy, 132; 

Sanmel, 132; i« Vincent. 
Sheldon, formerly Raynsford, Ann, 131. 
Sheldon, formerly Vincent, Mary, 133. 
Shelley, Barbara, 14; Frances, 14; Henry, 

14 ; John, 78 ; Mary, 78 ; William, 78. 
Shene, Alice, 53 ; Mary, 53 ; Thomas, 

53- 

Shepheard, Helen, 118; Philip W., 118. 

Shepherd, Mary, n ; William, 11. 

Sherborn, Anne, II, 13; Charles, 13; 
Edmund, 13; Elizabeth, 11-13; Frances, 
II, 12; Francis, 11; Hannah, 12; Har- 
riet, 13; Harriet Ewen, 13 ; Henry, 11 ; 
James, 13 ; John, 11, 13 ; Margaret, 11, 
12; Maria, 13; Mary, 11, 12; Rachel, 
II, 12; Richard, 12; Sarah, 12, 13; 
Thomas, 12; William, II, 13. 

Sherburne, Elizabeth, 42 ; Katherine, 42 ; 
Robert, 42. 



Shuttleworth, Alice, 43 ; Anna Maria, 43 ; 

Anne, 40, 42-45 ; Arthur, 43 ; Barton, 

42 ; Bridget, 45 ; Caroline, 45 ; Catherine, 

41, 45 ; Mrs. Charles Ughtred, 40, 43, 44; 

Christiana, 41 ; Clerk, 41 ; Edward, 43 ; 

Eleanor, 40, 42, 44 ; Dame Eleanor, 42 ; 

Elizabeth, 42, 44, 45 ; Emma, 41, 45 ; 

Emma Catherine, 41 ; Fleetwood, 40, 42, 

43 ; Frances, 44 ; Helen, 40; Hugh, 40; 

Isabel, 40 ; James, 43 ; Jane, 40, 41 ; 

Janet, 45; Joan, 40; John, 42; Judith, 40; 

Dame Katherine, 41 ; Rev. Laurence, 40 ; 

Lord, 40, 45 ; Margaret, 41, 42, 44, 45 ; 

Dame .Margery, 40 ; Mary, 43-45 ; Hon''''' 

Mary, 45 ; Nicholas, 40-42 ; Orlando, 43 ; 

Richard, 40-42; Sir Richard, 40, 41; 

Robert, 43, 45 ; Thomas, 40 ; Ughtred, 

41,42 ; William, 41-43, 45 ; see Holden. 
Sidney, Anne, 72 ; Dame Anne, 72 ; Sir 

William, 72. 
Simmons, Elizabeth, 136; John, 136; 

Martha, 136 ; Thomas, 136. 
Simpson, Ruth, 5 ; Thomas, 5. 
Skynner, Frances, 165, 167; George, 167 ; 

John, 165. 
Sleigh, Alice, 154. 

Smark, Benjamin Barker, 116; Sarah, 116. 
Smith, Anne, II ; Barton, 146; Bathsheba, 

136; Charles, loi ; Elizabeth, 146; 

Frances, loi ; Margaret, 90 ; Thomas, 

II ; William, 90, 136 ; Sir William, Bt., 

136. 
Smyth, — , 87. 
Snow, Margaret, 35 ; Robert, 35 ; see 

Strahan. 
Somerset, Lord Arthur, 157; Elizabeth, 

62 ; Henry, Duke of Beaufort, 157 ; 

John, 62 ; Mary, 157 ; Lady Mary, 157. 
Songer, Anne, 46. 
Southen, — , 12. 
Southwell, Charlotte Mary de la Poer, 19 ; 

Robert Henry, 19. 
Sox, John, 69. 

Spateman, John, 137 ; Sarah, 137. 
Spedding, Ann, 36, 37 ; Archimade, 37 ; 

Carlisle, 38, 39 ; Christian, 36 ; Demoivre, 

37 ; Edward, 36, 39 ; Elizabeth, 37, 38 ; 

George, 37 ; Henry, 37, 38 ; James, 36 ; 

James Wyndham Harrington Percy, 39; 

Jane, 36, 37; John, 36, 37, 39; John 

Carlisle Deey, 38, 39 ; Lancelot, 37 ; 

Lowther, 36 ; Lucy, 37 ; Margaret, 36 ; 

Mary, 36-38 ; Maiy Anne, 37 ; Newtown, 

37 ; Robert Deey, 38 ; Sarah, 36, 38 ; 

Susannah, 36; Wilhelmina Charlotta, 37 ; 

Rev. William, 38, 39. 
Spencer, Christian, 41 ; Christiana, 41 ; 

Daniel, 53 ; Mary, 53 ; William, 41. 
Spenser, Jane, 93. 
Spragg, Elizabeth Catherine, 173. 
Squibb, Maud, 61 ; Thomas, 61. 
Stafford, Lady Catharine, 150 ; Edward, 

Duke of Buckingham, 150. 
Staines, Elizabeth, 50 ; James, 50 ; Mary, 

SO. 



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Stampe, Anne, 178; John, 178; Mary, 

167, 178; Timothy, 167, 178 ; William, 

17S. 
Slandish, Margaret, 41 ; Thomas, 41. 
Staniforth, Mark, 5 : I'hcebe, 5. 
Stanley, John, 40 ; Margaret, 40. 
Staples, Eleanor, 165 ; Walter, 1 65. 
Starkey, Hester, 23: John, 23: Katherine, 

23 ; Mary, 82 ; Richard, 23 ; Samuel, 

82. 
Starling, Elizabeth, 64 ; Jane, 64; Richard, 

64. 
Staunton, Susannah, 166. 
Stawell, George, 154 ; Ursula, 154. 
Stedman, Giles, 100; James, 169, 171; 

Jane, i6g, 171 ; Katherine, too. 
Stephens, Amy, 121; Anne, 120, 121, 124; 

Catherine, 120; Rev. Darell, 121; 

Edward, 120 ; Rev. Edward, 120, 124; 

Henry, 120; Jane, 120, 121 ; Lucretia 

Bedford, 120; Mary, 121 ; Robert, 121 ; 

see Darell and Trelawny. 
Stephenson, Elizabeth, 157 ; Henry, 157. 
Stevenson, Anthony, 44 ; Elizabeth 

Constance, 44. 
Stewart, Anne, Countess of Galloway, 156 ; 

Charlotte Mary, Lady Garlies, 156 ; John, 

Earl of Galloway, 156. 
Stileman, Elizabeth, 129; Rev. John, 129. 
Stirling, Dorothy, 99. 
Stonard, Ann, 129; Francis, 129; Helen, 

129. 
Stone, Dorothy, 128; Sarah, 104; Thomas, 

128. 
Storey, Mary, 94. 
Stormont, David, Viscount, 159; Louisa, 

Viscountess, 159. 
Strahan, Elizabetli Anne Dorothea, 35 ; 

Margaret, 35 ; William, 35 ; lee Snow. 
Strange, Dame Eleanor, 78 ; Dame Kathe- 
rine, 78 ; Sir Nicholas. 78. 
Strcatfield, Anne, 44 ; Jane I'^sther, 44 ; 

Richard Thomas, 44. 
Street, Letitia, 142. 
Stringer, Anne, 75 ; John, 75. 
Strode, George, 155 ; Grace, 155. 
Sturge, Sarah, 144 ; Young, 144. 
Sturt, Diana, 7 ; Humphrey, 7 ; Mary, 7. 
Styche, Katherine, 22 ; Thomas, 22. 
Suckling, Anne, 54 ; Catherine, 54 ; Rev. 

Maurice, 54. 
Suffolk, Henry, Duke of, 152. 
Sunderland, Anne, 21 ; Mary, 21 ; Thomas, 

21. 
Sutton, Catherine, 164 ; Rev. Frederick 

Manners, 20 ; Henrietta Barbara, 20 ; 

Margaret, 64. 
Sutton de Dudley, John, Lord, 164. 
Swinnerton, Helen, 164 ; Humphrey, 

164. 
Sydenham, Ann, I. 
Symkin,John, 123; Sarah, 123; Susannah, 

123- 

Symonds, Dorothy, 49 ; William, 49. 
Symons, Elizabeth, 25 ; Richard, 25. 



Tahourdin, Henrj', 20; Mary Henrietta, 
20. 

Tailor, John, 175. 

Talboys, Alice, 100-102 ; Andrew, loi J 
Ann, 102 ; Anthony, loi ; Benjamin, 100- 
102 ; Charles, lol ; Dorothy, 100 ; 
Eleanor, 100; Elizabeth, 100-102) 
Frances, 100-102 ; Katherine, 100, loi ) 
Lucy, loi ; Lydia, too; Mary, 100-102 j 
Rebecca, 102 ; Richard, 100- 102 ; 
Samuel, loi, 102; Sarah, 1 01 ; Silvester, 
102; Thomas, 100-102; William, 100. 

Tappendcn, Emilia Elizabeth, 134; James, 
134; John, 134; Margaret, 134. 

Taylor, Ann, 52 ; Thomas, 52. 

Tempest, Emma, 41 ; Frances, 44; John, 
41, 44 ; Margaret, 41 ; William, 41. 

Tenison, Mary, 43 ; Thomas, 43. 

Tennyson, Anne, 98 ; Dorothy, 97, 99 ; 
Eleanor, 98, 99 ; Elizabeth, 97 - 99; 
Fanny, 99 ; George, 97 ; George 
Clayton, 97 ; Rev. George Clayton, 98 ; 
John, 98 ; Mar,', 97 ; Mich.ael, 97 ; 
Ralph, 97, 99 ; Susan, 98 ; .Susannah, 
99 ; Thomas, 99 ; Walter, 98 ; William, 
98, 99- 

Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, Rt. Hon''''' Charles, 
99 ; Frances Mary, 99. 

Thellusson, Anne, 108-111; Anne Louise 
Julie, 108 ; Anne Elisabeth, 109; Anne 
Sara, loS ; Augusta Charlotte, III ; 
Caroline, 109; Charles, III ; Daniel, 
107 ; Elisabeth, 109 ; Elizabeth Eleanora, 
Lady Rendlesham, no; Esther, 107; 
Fran(;ois, 107 ; F"ran';oise, 107 ; George 
Tobie, 109 ; George Woodford, 1 10 ; Geor- 
giana, no; Henriette, 108-109; Isaac, 
108; Isaac Gfeorge, 109; Isaac Louis, 
108; Jean, 107, 108; Jean Francois, 107, 
no; Jeanne, 107-109; Judith, 107, 109; 
Louis, loS ; Madelaine, 107-109 ; Mar- 
guerite, 107; Margueriicjulie, 108; Maria, 
in; Marie, 107-109 ; Marie Jeanne, 109 ; 
Mary Anne, 1 10 ; Noel, 107 ; Peter, no ; 
Peter Isaac, Lord Rendlesham, no; 
Rene, 107, 109 ; Sabine, in; Samuel, 
107 ; Sara, 107, 108 ; Susanne, 107, 
108; Symphorien, 107; Theodora, 109; 
Theophile, 107, loS ; see Rendlesham. 

Thimelby, Elizabeth, 15; Dame Elizabeth, 
15 ; Sir John, 15. 

Thomas, Ann, 107, 130; Antoine, 107; 
Marie, 107; Roger, 174; William, 174. 

Thompson, Hannah, 128; Mary, 82; Rev. 
William, 82. 

Thornhagh, John, 20 ; Mary Arabella, 20. 

Thorp, Rev. Henry, 115; Judith, 96; 
Margaret, 115. 

Thorpe, Anne, 169; Edward, 169; 
Jeremiah, 40 ; Judith, 40. 

Thursfield, Anne, 142 ; Edward, I42 ; 
Eleanor, 141; Eleanor Mary, 142; Eliza- 
beth, 141 ; Fanny, 142 ; Frances, 142 ; 
Hannah, 141 ; John, 141 ; John George, 
142 ; Letitia, 142 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 



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142; Mary, 141; Priscilla, 141; Rev. 

Richard, 142: Rev. Richard Periani, 142; 

Robert, 141 ; Sarah, 141, 142; Spencer, 

142 J Thomas, 141, 142 ; VViUiam, 141 ; 

William Edmund, 142 ; William (Morris), 

141. 
Thynne, Hon^e Grace, 155 ; Hon>''« Henry, 

155 ; Mary, 155 ; Thomas, Viscount 

Weymouth, 155. 
Tibbets, Isabel, 103. 
Tilston, John, 22 ; Mary, 22. 
Timbrell, Benjamin, 145 ; Martha, 145. 
Tovey, Elizabeth, 12S; Rev. Nathaniel, 

128. 
Towerson, Edward, 38 ; Jane, 38 ; Sarah, 38. 
Towne, Nicholas, 176. 
Towneley, Margaret, 44 ; Nicholas, 44. 
Townes, John, 123; Katharine, 123. 
Townley, Alice, 45 ; Anne, 45 ; Richard, 45. 
Townsend, Joan, 106; Mary, 51 ; Thomas, 

51 ; William, 106. 
Townshend, Alice, 23 ; Rev. Edward, 9 ; 

Very Rev. Edward, 9 ; Louisa Sarah, 9 ; 

Thomas, 23. 
Toynbee, Sarah, 143. 
Tracey, Anne, 164; Hon''''' Elizabeth, 43 ; 

Richard, 164 ; William, Viscount, 43. 
Trafford, Clare, 135 ; Clare Filia Margar- 

etta Alicia, 135; William, 135. 
Trapp, Elizabeth, 13. 
Travies, Mary, 122; Richard, 122. 
Trelawny, Ann Darell, 120 ; Charles, 121 ; 

Darell, 125 ; Dorothea Maria, 125 ; 

Edward, 120 ; Rev. Edward, 121 ; Very 

Rev. Edward, 124; Eleanor Trelawny, 

120; Elizabeth, 124; Henry St. George 

Darell, 124; Jane, 120; see Darell and 

Stephens. 
Trembley, Esther, 107 ; Robert, 107. 
Trevill, Andrew, 125 ; Anne, 125. 
Tronchin, Judith, 107 ; Sara, 107 ; Theodora, 

107 ; Theodore, 107. 
Trusson, Daniel, 31 ; Susannah, 31. 
Tryce, Anne, 74 ; Richard, 74. 
Tucker, Anne, 13; Frances, 124; George, 

124 ; Isaiah, 13. 
de Tudert, Jean, 107 ; Marie, 107. 
Tunley, Ann, 129; Richard, 129. 
Turner, Anne, 54; Sir Charles, Bt., 44, 

54 ; Elizabeth, 44 ; John, 97 ; Margaret, 

97 ; Mary, 97 ; Dame Mary, 44. 
Turnley, Harriet Lewis, 118; William 

Samuel, 118. 
Twinbury, Mary, 1 29. 



Underbill, Ann, 40. 

Usher, John, 102 ; Mary, 77 ; Silvester, 
102 ; Ven'''>= William, 77. 



Vaillant, Ann, 4 ; Catherine, 1-3 ; Eliza- 
beth, I, 4; Elizabeth Theodosia, 2, 3; 
Frances, 3, 4; Franijois, 1,2; Frangoise, 
I ; Harriet, 3 ; Isaac, 2 ; Rear-Admiral 



Isaac, 3 ; Jacqueline, i ; John, 3 ; Joyce, 
I ; Letitia, 3, 4 ; Louise, i ; Lydia, 
2; Mabel, 2; Marie, 2; Marie Made- 
leine, I ; Mary, I, 4; Paul, I, 2; Caul 
Henry, 3 ; Rev. Philip, 4 ; Sarah, 2 ; 
Susan, I ; Susanne, 2 ; Theodosia, I. 

Van der Hulst, Anne, 108. 

Vaughan, Edward, 169; Jane, 169. 

Verney, Dame Margaret, 150; Sir Richard, 
150. 

Vernon, Edward, 86; Lady Evelyn, 157 ; 
Henrietta, 157 ; Richard, 157; Theodosia 
Frances, 86. 

Vickery, Eleanor, 98 ; Jeremiah, 98. 

Villiers, Sir Edward, 16 ; Eleanor, 72 ; 
Elizabeth, 16 ; William, 72. 

Vincent, Alice, 128; Ann, 128-132; 
Avarilla, 132; Dormer, 130; Dorothy, 
128, 132, 134; Elizabeth, 128-132, 134; 
Emilia Elizabeth, 134; Frances, 128,132; 
Frances Elizabeth Gayfere, 133 ; Frances 
Stace, 1 32; Francis, 130-133; George, 128, 
129, 131, 132 ; Rev. George, 12S ; George 
Giles, 134; Giles, 131; Hannah, 128, 
130, 133; Hannah Elizabeth, 134; John, 
128, 130, 131 ; Lucy, 132 ; Margaret, 128, 
133; JMary, 128-134; iVlary Sheldon, 133; 
Mercy, 130; Nathaniel, 129; Richard, 
128-130, 132; Rev. Richard, 130, 132; 
S. 132 ; Samuel, 132 ; Sarah, 131 ; 
Sidney, 133 ; Rev. Silvester, 128, 133 ; 
Susannah, 129, 132; Thomas, 130, 132; 
Unica, 129 ; William, 12S, 129 ; Rev. 
William, 128, 129, 131, 133 : Very Rev. 
William, 133 ; Rev. William St. Andrew, 
133 ; see Sheldon. 



Waddington, Mary, 74 ; Thomas, 74- 
Walker, Jane, 36; Margaret, 42; Mrs. 36, 

Walpole, Horatio, Lord, 29: Lieut. -Colonel 

Lambert Theodore, 29 ; Margaiet, 29. 
Walter, Elizabeth, 113; John, 113. 
Walton, Elizabeth, go ; Samuel, go. 
Ward, Ann, 7g ; Frances, 89 ; Hugh, 89 ; 

Rev. Thomas, 79. 
Waring, Edward, 149 ; Mary, 149. 
Warwick, Elizabeth, Countess of, 155 ; 

Francis, Earl of, 155 ; George, Earl of, 

157; Henrietta, Countess of, 157; 

Henry Richard, Earl of, 157 ; Sarah 

Elizabeth, Countess of, 157; see Brooke 

and Greville. 
Washbourne, Eleanor, 165; Robert, 165. 
Waters, Mary, 36. 
Watson, Dorothy, 97 ; Job, 91 ; Margaret, 

91 ; WiUiam, 97. 
Watson -Wentworth, Lady Anne, 76; 

Charles, Marquis of Rockingham, 77 ; 

Mary, Marchioness of Rockingham, 76 ; 

Thomas, Marquis of Rockingham, 76. 
Weaver, Margaret, 91 ; Richard, 91. 
Webb, Mary, 141 ; William, 141. 
Weddell, Edward, 64 ; Elizabeth, 64. 



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Weever, Jane, 126, 127; Samuel, 126, 127. 

Welch, lane, 139; Thomas, 139. 

Wells, Elizabeth, 85 ; Rachel, 12 ; Stephen, 
12. 

Wflshe, Richard, 175. 

Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, Charlotte,^ Coun- 
tess Fitzwilliam, 77 ; Louisa, Countess 
Fitzwilliam, 77 ; William, Earl Kitz- 
williani, 77 : Sfi Fitzwilliam. 

Wesborne, Anthony, 175. 

West, Barbara, 78 ; Emma, 45 ; Jane, 45 ; 
Thomas, Lord de la Warr, 78. 

Westby, Bridget, 45: John, 45; Margaret, 
45 ; Thomas, 45, 

VVestfaling, Margaret, 168. 

Wcstley, John, 71; Mary, 11; Peggy, 71- 

Westmorland, Catharine, Countess of, 150 ; 
Ralph, Earl of, 150. 

Weymouth, Thomas, Viscount, 155. 

Whaley, Elizabeth, 131 ; Rev. Nathaniel, 

131- 
Wharton, Catherine, 65 ; Margaret, 135, 
137 ; Mary, 65 ; Robert, 65 ; Thomas, 

135- 
Whatley, Dame Augusta Charlotte, III; 

Dame Elizabeth, I'l I ; Sir Joseph, ill. 
Wheeler, Fanny, 117; Thoma.s George, 1 17. 
Whichcote, Ann, I ; Theodore, i ; Theo- 

dosia, I. 
While, Martha, 69. 

Whitfeld, Catherine, 3 ; Henry, 3 ; Joanna. 3. 
Whitfield, Dame Elizabeth, 42 ; Sir 

Matthew, 42. 
Whitmore, Elizabeth, 45, 105; Sir Thomas, 

45- 
Whitney, Blanche, 151. 
Wieth, Anne, 55; John, 55. 
Wigston, Anne Hawes, 35 ; Colonel 

Francis, 35. 
Wigzell, Ann, 50. 

Wilbraham, Rachel, 23 ; Thomas, 23. 
Wilkes, Elizabeth, 129: Josepli, 129. 
Wilkins, Elizabeth, 136 ; Henry, 162 ; 

Rebecca, 162. 
Wilkinson, Nevil Koduell, 38, 39 ; Richard, 

31 ; Susannah, 31. 
Williams- Wynn, Dame Henrietta Antonia, 

28; Sir Watkin, Bt., 28. 
Williment, Katherine, 126; Thomas, 126. 
Willis, Anne, 61; Dinah, 53; William, 61. 
Willoughby, Dorothy, Lady Middleton, 17 ; 

F:dward, 150; F^hzabeth, 150: Unrfi''' 

Henrietta, 17 ; Henry, Lord Middhton, 

17- 

Willoughbv de Broke, Robert, Lord, 150. 

Wills, Abigail, 160 ; Alexander Seymer, 
161 ; Betty, 161 ; Caroline, 161 ; Elizabeth, 
160, 161 ; Flora ;Vnne, 160 ; George, 
161 ; Hannah Seymer, 161; John, 160; 
Rev. John, 160: Joseph, 160, 161; Rev. 
loseph, 161; Marianne, 160; Martha, 
'161 ; Mary, 160, 161 ; Phillippa, 161 ; 
Rebecca, 160: Richard, 161; Samuel, 
160; Rev. Samuel, 160; Sar.ah, 160, 161 ; 
Thomas, 160, 161 ; Rev. William, 161. 



Wilmot, Lady Anne, 155; Henry, Earl of 
Rochester, 155 ; John, Earl of Rochester, 

'55- 
Wilson, Ann, 128; John, 128; Frances, 28; 

Matthew, 28. 
Winchelsea and Nottingham, Daniel, Earl 

of, 76. 
Windham, Ann, III ; Vice -Admiral 

William [Lukin], III. 
Windsor, Harriet, Baroness, 29 ; Other 

Archer, Lord, 29 ; Other Flickman, 

Earl of Plymouth, 29 ; Sarah, Countess 

of Plymouth, 29. 
Windsor-Clive, Harriet, Baroness Windsor, 

29. 
Wing, Clare, 69 ; William, 69. 
Wingfield, Dame Christian, 73 ; Sir 

Richard, 73. 
Wiseman, Alice, 55; Anne, 15; Mary, 55; 

Thomas, 55 ; Sir William, Bt., 15, 55. 
Withers, Anne, 167 ; Anthony, 167. 
Wittewrong, Elizabeth, 64 ; Jacob, 64. 
Witton, Jane, 7 ; Richard, 7. 
Wolcott, Alexander, 121 ; Amy, 121. 
Wolft, Elizabeth, 139. 
Wollev, Judith, 28 ; Thomas, 28. 
Wombwell, Elizabeth, 44 ; William, 44. 
Wood, Alice, 47; Hannah, 133 ; John, 47. 
Woodford, Anne, 109; Mary, 109; Matthew, 

109. 
Woodhouse, Alice, 43 ; John, 43. 
Woodruff, Ann, 40 ; Isabel, 40 ; John, 40. 
Woodlhorpe, Mary, 58 ; William, 58. 
Woodward, Judith, 66. 
WooUcombe", Jane, 120; Thomas. 120. 
Woosall, Deborah, 148 ; Dorothy, 147 ; 
Edward, 147 ; F.lizabeth, 147 ; Hannah, 
148 ; Joan, 148 ; John, 148 ; Lawrence, 

147 ; Mary, 147 ; Richard, 148 ; Thomas, 

148 ; see Oswell. 

Worsley, Anne, 134; Mary, 134; Rev. 

F'rancis, 1 34. 
Wren, Sir Christopher, 76 ; Very Rev. 

Christopher, 76; Faith, 76; Dame Jane, 

76. 
Wressle, Elizabeth, 99 ; Thomas, 99. 
Wright, Alice, 89 ; Anne, 79, 137 ; Edward, 

79, 80 ; Elizabeth, 79, 84 ; Esther, 80 ; 

Joanna, 96 ; John, 80, 96 ; Margaret, 80; 

Mary, 79; Philip Chetwood, 79; Richard 

Caldicott, 79, 80; Roger, 89; Samuel, 

137 : Susanna Harriet, 80; Thomas, 79; 

Ursula lane, 79; William, 79, 84; Rev. 

Williani, 80 ; William Maurice, 80. 
Wyatt, George, 133; Hannah, 133. 
Wyndham, Frances, 61 ; Colonel Thomas, 

61. 



Yardley, Alice, 14S; Elizabeth, 148, 149; 

Samuel, 148. 
York, Most Rev. Sir William Dawes, Bt., 

Archbishop of, 6. 
Yorke, Nathaniel, 30 ; Sarah, 30. 
Young. Mary, 58. 



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